Art at City Hall

June 15 — August 27, 2021 Opening Thursday, August 12, 3:00 —5:00 PM Irvine Civic Center 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine Mondays — Thursdays, 7:30 AM — 5:30 PM Fridays,…

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Suburban Ecologies

December 6, 2020 — March 14, 2021 GREAT PARK GALLERY 8000 Great Park Boulevard, Irvine Thursdays & Fridays, 12 p.m. — 4 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays, 10 a.m. — 4…

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The Orange Coast

The six images of The Orange Coast extend the techniques developed for The Ragged Edge, and locate them within a larger territory. These projects combine moving across a linear environment—the…

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Santa Ana Fall Line

Over three days in May 2016, poet Nicholas Bradley and I cycled and hiked from the mouth of the Santa Ana River to the top of San Gorgonio Mountain—the low…

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The Villages of Irvine

Irvine is one of America’s most famous master-planned communities, made up of dozens of “villages,” each with a distinct architectural character. Less distinct are the individual buildings, which are subtly…

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Every Oil Tanker

Every Oil Tanker in the Port of Vancouver on May 22, 2019 captures five different tankers present in the Port of Vancouver on a single spring day in 2019. The…

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Skip Stop

April 25 — June 15, 2019 Opening Thursday, April 25, 6:00 — 8:00 PM PARI NADIMI GALLERY 254 Niagara Street, Toronto, Canada Wed to Sat, 12:00 —5:00 PM, or by…

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Iterations

Iterations (2009-present) are panoramic images of familiar built forms and their surrounding environments. Subjects to date have included branded structures, transit infrastructure, public housing, and urban waterfronts. Each panorama is…

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The Ragged Edge

The coast is the most universally accessible location of the sublime, and is persistently attractive, even as its resilience weakens in the face of competing interests locally and environmental instability globally. Inner, Middle, and Outer Harbour, Victoria and Strait of…

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Visualizing Canada’s Urban North

Visualizing Canada’s Urban North is a research initiative at the intersection of media art and anthropology that seeks to inform our understanding of circumpolar urban life. Through the production of visual…

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