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2022 Occasional Papers – Emily Carr University Publishing

OCCASIONAL PAPERS is a collected volume of art, design and media research; it is a publication that aims to represent creative research from across the extended Emily Carr community. Envisioned as the first of a series, this collection champions practice-based research through open access digital publication. This first volume of OCCASIONAL PAPERS includes the essay “Unsettled Feelings” from Randy Lee Cutler’s Artist Book OTOH, 2022.

OP with Unsettled Feelings Occasional Papers. pdf

2022: OTOH (On the Other Hand) – artist book

This limited edition artist book comprised of more than 50 collages and an accompanying essay is supported by a SSHRC Institutional Explore Grant at Emily Carr University. The focus on hybrid research considers current investigations into how art and design are fundamental to surviving the pandemic and supporting anti-racism.

OTOH pdf

2022: Leaning Out of Windows exhibition: Invisible Forces February 28 – March 19, 2022

The third and final exhibition for the SSHRC Insight funded reach project Leaning Out of Windows. Co-curated with Ingrid Koenig, Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons at Emily Carr University.

LOoW website

2021: Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities

Visual Essay and cover image: “Mineral Garden” by Randy Lee Cutler and Andrew Rewald, Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): December

Ecocene website

2021: Overburden: Extraction, Seismic Events and Metamorphosis in a Chaotic Age

An exhibition between Oxygen Art Centre + Kootenay Gallery of Art, June 1 – August 18, 2021. Event program June 19 – 20, 2021.

Overburden website

2021: On the Other Hand

An exhibition of new collages at Wil Aballe Art Projects for Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver, April 24-May 29, 2021 plus a selection of works shown at the Biennale of Sydney NIRIN 2020.

WAAP website

2021: “Mineral Materialities in Contemporary Art: between intra-action, discursive magic and grief”

In Curating Beyond Disciplines: Collaborations with Lively Objects, eds., Dr. Lizzie Muller and Dr. Caroline Seck Langill, Routledge, forthcoming