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Art NOW: Amber Morrison Fox
Precarious Life, Precarious Art
12 pm MT | October 22, 2021
uLethbridge Online Presentation
free admission, everyone welcome
The artist provides a survey of her artworks to date with a focus on her thesis project, “Exhibition by Institution: A Culture Work Simulator.” This talk highlights the uncertainty that precarious labour inflicts upon personal and professional life.
Amber Morrison Fox is an emerging artist from Nanaimo, British Columbia, which is located on the traditional territory of Snuneymuxw and Snaw-naw-as. She holds an MFA in Art from the University of Lethbridge (2021) and a BA in Visual Art and Creative Writing from Vancouver Island University (2018). She earned Nanaimo Art Gallery’s Student Achievement Award and VIU’s Visual Art Major Award of Excellence in 2018.
Her artworks are often developed in a collaborative process, building connections between people and spaces. She has made simulators, publications, installations, short videos, and has designated a twelve-thousand-foot-long staircase as an artwork.
Amber is the creator and editor of Sad Girl Review, an online art and literary magazine established in 2018. She is a recipient of the City of Nanaimo Resilience Grant to support the development of SGR Issue 8 in 2022.
Image: Amber Morrison Fox and Matthew Fox, Exhibition by Institution: A Culture Work Simulator (logo), 2021
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