Mar 282015


Excited to show Moniker’s most recent design and print project:

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Risograph printed on various papers.
Designed by Erica Wilk (Moniker).
32 pages + newsprint map insert.
Edition of 60.

Special thanks for the design and studio assistance:  Emma and Angela (champion folder!) 


Access Gallery & Avenue (165 E Hastings St)
March 14 – 27, 2015

Work by: Mallory Amirault, Loes van Bruinessen, Emmalena Fredriksson, Rikke Goldbech, Fernanda Gutierrez, Jennifer Juba, Anchi Lin, Candice Okada, Felix Rapp, Alina Senchenko, Christian Vistan, Jacobo Zambrano.

Collaboratively curated by Matias Armendaris, Manuel Correa, Erin den Hartigh, Matthew DeWetter, Kathryn Dobbin, Elsa Falkmann, Julia Dahee Hong, Emma Metcalfe Hurst, Dana Kearley, Karine Ling, Ingrid Olauson, Jon Peters, Titiana Peng, Lyndsay Pomerantz, Sarah Seburn and Noah Spivak, the seminar cohort of AHIS 401 Topics in Curatorial Projects at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Spring 2015.

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Access Gallery gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and BC Gaming, the City of Vancouver, Burrard Arts Foundation, and our committed donors, members and volunteers.

This exhibition was made possible in part due to the generosity of Emily Carr University of Art and Design’s Imagining Our Futures initiative.

Established as an artist-run centre in 1991, Access Gallery is platform for emergent and experimental art practices. We enable critical conversations and risk taking through new configurations of audience, artists and community.

Avenue is an artist-operated gallery and studio space that develops and exhibits contemporary art practices. Committed to the notion of flexibility, Avenue considers itself a hybrid platform and artist project space. Through the facilitation of exhibitions, publications, performances, talks, meetings and music, among other creative gestures, Avenue cultivates emerging and critical acts, providing a space for unconventional events to occur.