No Rhyme or Reason
Curated by Terrance Houle
No Rhyme or Reason, curated by Terrance Houle, presents a collection of videos by aboriginal and non-aboriginal artists, exploring a wide range of topics including gender, first nations, identity, cowboys, political, farming (Monstanto), genetics, landscape, surveillance, historical family connections, and psychedelic experiences. The exhibition is comprised of 4 performance artists working over the course of the Festival and a screening of 9 video works that come from all angles of Art.
“Calgary artist Ali Christenson and Edmonton artist Alex Moon (now residing in Calgary) are joined by other Aboriginal artists, Ulysses Castellanos, Erica Lord, Jillian Mcdonald, Eric Bridgeman, Matt Crookshank, Jamison Bank, Emilio Rojas, WhiteFeather, Torry Mendoza, Victoria Stanton, and Theo Pelmus, both national and international, in video screenings.” — Engaging the public the goal in Houle-curated portion of The Works
View The Works Festival webpage here.
Photos of the festival (including the photo of WhiteFeather’s work, pictured above) in the Edmonton Sun, here.