For the season finale of Remote Art Talks we had a conversation with Cat Lamora, a Korean-Canadian paper
E12 Amada Estabillo – Recreating memories through abstract elements and the role of an educator while in isolation
Amada Estabillo’s work combines abstract elements and representations of human figures that often recreate memories of spaces
E11 Véronique Buist – Embroidery on paper and using reclaimed fabrics and cotton threads as raw materials
Montreal artist Véronique Buist creates delicate designs and embroidery on paper made out of cotton threads and
Originally from the former Yugoslavia, Gorley discusses her 20-year career as a photographer and the evolution of
E9 Johanna Reynolds – Abstracted landscapes, supporting local artists & creating while in confinement
In this episode Abstract Painter Johanna Reynolds joins Artifier’s Carla Rojas for a chat about discovering her
E8 Alex McLeod – Exploring the relationships between nature and technology, fashion and art, physical and virtual.
Renowned Canadian artist Alex McLeod chats with Tammy about the relationships between nature and technology, fashion and
E7 Raoul Olou – Entre chien et loup: Capturing the transition between day and night and documenting the mundane.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Raoul Olou, a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. His work
E6 Lauren Pirie – Intricate ink drawings, large scale installations & murals and a heartfelt reflection about life as an artist in self-isolation.
Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist, art director and curator Lauren Pirie joined Tammy from Partial Gallery for a heartfelt
E5 Hugo Laliberté – New Media Art: Using technology to create immersive, interactive installations with sound and light
Hugo Laliberté is the co-founder of Ottomata Studio, an experiential design studio based in Montreal creating immersive
In this episode of Remote Art Talks we take a peek into Toronto-based artist Alison Postma’s mind