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2024 LOoW Book Review in BC Studies, The British Columbia Quarterly

Robert Brain’s review of the book Leaning Out of Windows: An Art and Science Collaboration.

Book Review

2024 The 17th Annual Spring Art Show, Salt Spring Island at Mahon Hall

re:location — a reflection on location within contemporary, multidisciplinary perspectives heralds the expansion of the island’s artist community in recent years. In shaping re:location, curator Annika Hagen Siemsen has brought together 18 multidisciplinary artists from various stages in their careers, many who have recently moved to the island, and have asked each one to delve into their personal stories of adapting to life on the Gulf Islands.

re:location website

2024 Shameless Light at the Western Front
To close their exhibition Feral Domestic, an iteration of Dani and Sheilah ReStack’s ongoing performance Shameless Light (2016—) will be presented on April 6, 2024. For the performance, queer identified women and non-binary community members have been invited to write love letters, which they will read aloud under red neon lights to create space for queer love as an unruly and generative act. My letter begins, Dear Bobbie…
 
Doors for the event will open at 7:15 p.m., and the readings will run from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m., followed by a reception. 
2024 Group Exhibition, Imagination and Collage, Artists Replete Gallery, Chicago, USA

Collage has the ability to see beyond the realities and meanings of the ‘original’. The ‘cutup’ is a powerful medium to enact change and ignite the imagination. Cutler’s work in the exhibition includes The Underworld, a digital print series based on hand cut collage and originally commissioned by the Sydney Biennale NIRIN, 2020.

2024 LOoW Book Review in The British Columbia Review

John O’Brian’s review of the book Leaning Out of Windows: An Art and Science Collaboration. “What can art do for science, and what can science do for art? Do shared values exist between the two fields? Is the use of metaphor in the former, for example, comparable to the use of it in the latter?”

Book Review

2023 DeepTimeRadio – Into Nature biennale: July -October 2023, Drenthe, Netherlands

Into Nature is a biennale art route laid out in the ancient landscape of Drenthe. In 2023 the biennale will be in the Borger-Odoorn area with the theme Time Horizons. The event consisted of 15 outdoor artworks experienced on foot, bicycle, or vehicle. Cutler’s two-part sound work titled DeepTimeRadio was available on-site via QR code. Listeners were encouraged to sit, take in the atmosphere and press play. The work is available below.

DeepTimeRadio

Into Nature Biennale

2023: Leaning Out of Windows publication: An Art and Physics Collaboration

The final component of the SSHRC Insight funded research-creation project Leaning Out of Windows is a publication edited by Randy Lee Cutler and Ingrid Koenig. Published by Figure.1 Publishing and Graphic Research, the book includes documentation of the entire process including ongoing meetings with TRIUMF physicists, process designs and the three exhibitions (Antimatter, Emergence and In/visible Forces) all installed at Emily Carr University’s Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons.

LOoW website

Press:  CBC    The Vancouver Sun    Montecristo magazine

2022/23 In/Visible Forces – Limited Edition Risograph Zine + Art Prints + Public Conversation

Invisible Forces: between intuitive and physical realities explores diverse approaches to invisible and intuitive worlds in the forms of a collage series, a limited edition risograph zine with an accompanying essay as well as art prints. The project was supported by an SSHRC SIG Explore Grant through Emily Carr University. Beyond Ordinary Sight, a public conversation about intuition, creativity and invisible forces occurred on March 2, at Emily Carr University. Randy Lee Cutler was be joined by Métis Artist and ECU Associate Professor Mimi Gellman and Mimi Young, Animist-Spirit Medium and Founder of Ceremonies.

Beyond Ordinary Sight event poster

Invisible Forces Zine

Available at READ books, Emily Carr University, Vancouver and Art Metropole, Toronto.