Alessandro Sau

My artwork takes a critical view of aesthetic issues in relation to anthropology. Most of my work is based on a dialectical technique of taking a set of visual premises and working with them until they are transformed. I am fascinated by the seductive power of the image, which I consider to be something that […]

Chantal Riekel

In my work, I am interested in the notion of the untold, the recalling of memories that are buried in our minds. Using photography, printmaking and film, I engage with hidden narratives that emanate from individual and collective experiences. My process is informed by my background in cultural history, which leads me to carry out […]

Nicholas Pye

Nicholas Pye was born in Torquay, England in 1976. He lives and works in Toronto, Canada where he is an Assistant Professor of Photography at OCAD University. As a musician, Nicholas released and toured with four albums in the mid 90’s. Moving from music to visual art, Nicholas completed his undergraduate degree at the Ontario […]

Geoffrey Pugen

Pugen explores relationships between real and staged performance, the natural and the artificial, and tensions of virtual identity, through altering and manipulating images. Working with video, film, performance and photography, Pugen renders situations that examine our perceptions of how history, documentation, and simulation intersect. His videos and art have been exhibited nationally and internationally. He […]