The work Im showing at Never Apart touches on all subject matter that is the core of my practice. I know that Im not alone in feeling like I do. in his podcast "Pieces" Jeremy Ratt says that he's
"stuck between two worlds and not fitting into either of them"
That resonates with me and the work shown here is representative of that journey as I blend traditional and contemporary techniques. The work in this gallery is a more indepth look at theexhibition shown in Montreal at Never Apart.
Digitizing Indigeneity was a multi-media exhibition featuring the work of Vancouver based contemporary artist Preston Buffalo. Preston invites viewers into the complex world he inhabits as an urban queer indigenous artist. It ran for three months from April to June 2021
This collection of work centres around a multi-media installation titled “ . . . but I don’t want to smash my head in. . .” which combines video projection, and soundscape.
Accompanied by large scale photo prints, silkscreens, and sculpture, the exhibition presents the profoundly expressive mixed media works of Preston for his first solo show.
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