Now LIVE: Soliloquy for Serafim

My soundscape, Soliloquy for Serafim, is now officially live on the Contemporary Art Gallery of Vancouver Website.

Posted from @cagvancouver:
We’re delighted to share Faultlines, a series of long-form audio responses produced for the gallery’s Timelines initiative. ⁠

Phoebe Bei, “VIVO Media Arts Centre’s Safe Assembly”⁠
Rain Cabana-Boucher, “Navigating Affordability in Vancouver”⁠
Chipo Chipaziwa, “A Seat at the Table with”⁠
Ruby Smith Díaz, “Soliloquy for Serafim”⁠
Luca Cara Seccafien, “In-Kind”⁠

These responses were developed through the gallery’s WEDGE Residency program—co-produced with Ground Floor—which invited five early-emerging artists and cultural practitioners to explore a research question that touches on the history or future of Vancouver.⁠

To explore their responses, tap the link in our bio.⁠

Faultlines is presented as part of Timelines, a project that invites fifty artists, activists, community leaders, and other thinkers to reflect on the social and cultural histories that have shaped “Vancouver” over the past five decades. ⁠