THE MAKING OF MEANING IS A FUNDAMENTALLY SOCIAL ACT
~ Nicholas Baume

Cut Out #1, Cut Out #2, Cut Out #3, 2019
latex on MDF, 6″ [h] x 4.5″ [w] x 4.5″ [d]

777: SEVEN books from SEVEN booksellers for SEVEN days
Installation by James K-M
Conduit Gallery, 165 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC
October 18 – 24, 2019
Part of the Vancouver Art Book Fair 2019

The tables, by cloth colour, are:
1. Blue/MacLeods Books
2. Yellow/Spartacus Books
3. Black/Carson Books
4. Red/The Paper Hound Bookshop
5. Green/READ Books
6. Purple/Massy Books
7. Orange/Albion Books

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RECENT WORK BY JAMES K-M
JUNE 20 – JULY 6, 2019
CONDUIT GALLERY, 165 EAST HASTINGS, VANCOUVER, BC
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 7 – 9 PM
HOURS: TUESDAY TO SATURDAY, 1 – 4 PM, OR BY APPOINTMENT

ARTIST TALK: SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2 PM

With special thanks to Joe Clare, Patron of the Arts and Humanities

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This work is a group of imagined past/future structures that as a whole infers the temple, or refers to ancient buildings, and implies the presence of the ancient in a colourful way, exploring pataphysical abstract art that plays in a space between painting and sculpture.

“Planted” these at the James Black Gallery, Vancouver on March 25, 2019, and again with another set on April 15 in Pinar del Rio, Cuba for the 13th Havana Biennial

Roots of Geometry (Vancouver)

Roots of Geometry, latex on arrowroots, Farmacia at the 13th Havana Biennial, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, 2019

Figura, glass and x-ray, 100 cm x 75 cm x 2.3 cm (h), Farmacia at the 13th Havana Biennial, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, 2019 (and detail)

Dippers, 2016, latex on faucet handles, Farmacia at the 13th Havana Biennial, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, 2019

 

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Steps Povera, 2017
Cinder blocks and metal book ends
82.5″ [d] x 7.5″ [w] x 69.5″ [h]

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The North View Gallery is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring eight mid-career artists, deeply engaged with pattern and formal repetition in the realization of visually dynamic and structurally complex works.

Referencing a diverse range of strategies and conceptual preoccupations, works in the exhibition will variously touch upon the periodic structures of OP Art, utilitarian concerns of the Pattern and Decoration movement,cumulative processes of Systems Art, the politics of Cultural Identity, and spiritual aspects of symmetry among other concerns.
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Geometry of Knowing, Part 4: YOU ARE HERE, March 19 – 28, 2015
Audain Gallery, 149 West Hastings St., Vancouver, BC. Hours: 12-5 PM, Tues.-Sat.

Geometry of Knowing is a group exhibition that investigates approaches to the acquisition of knowledge in the full mind-body-spirit sense of intelligence. The exhibition is a collaborative curatorial effort by students and faculty from the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Specifically, Geometry of Knowing Part 4: YOU ARE HERE aims to bridge theory and practice by locating interpretations of knowledge production in the context of a pedagogical institution.

Participating artists include:
Amanda Arcuri, John Baldessari, Alison Bremner, Vanessa Brown, Chris Chapman, Sarah Davidson, Irina Giri, Jessica Gnyp, Alex Grünenfelder, Aleezay Hashmi, Danyal Imani, James K-M, Carolina Krawczyk, Jaymie Johnson, Janna Kumi, Adriana Lademann, Anchi Lin, Lucida Lab Collaborative, Sandy Margaret, T.J. Mclachlan, Bronwyn A Mcmillin, Jennifer O’Keeffe – Almond, Shelley Penfold, Terra Poirier, Emilio Rojas, Oscar A Lira Sanchez, Erin Siddall, Christian Vistan and Viki Wu.

http://www.sfu.ca/galleries/audain-gallery/current.html


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