Lorna Brown
Vancouver
Lorna Brown works between studio practice, curation and writing to explore interests in social phenomena such as boredom, administrative structures and systems, and the dynamics of public spaces. Recent exhibitions include The Chatter of Culture, Artspeak, Vancouver; Threshold (cont.) at the Koerner Library at UBC, and AdmIndex, commissioned by the Audain Gallery at SFU Woodwards. In April, 2011, her work was included in “It takes everyone to know no-one” at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at the University of Toronto. Recent independent curatorial and editorial projects include Group Search: art in the library and Ruins in Process: Vancouver Art in the Sixties, an online digital archive at www.vancouverartinthesixties.com. Recent writing projects include Agility in Public, an interview with Anne Pasternak, Director of Creative Time NY, in Fillip 12, Haptic: Tegan Moore and Elspeth Pratt, by Bookmachine for Publication Studio and Enduring Instability: Elspeth Pratt, for ECU Press. Brown was the Director/Curator of Artspeak Gallery from 1999 to 2004 and led the development of the Langara College Centre for Art in Public Spaces.
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Lorna Brown
2010
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