Since the 1980s, Wyngaarden has explored queer and female subjectivity, taking up as the topic the heroine of various stories from Greek mythology to Canadian parliamentary history. Her poetic video portraits of female protagonists defy the male-centric order of their respective milieu.
Artist file, bubbles and then some
April 25, 2017
Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 7 PM
Luxe Hall at Western Front
303 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver
Join artist Cornelia Wyngaarden and curator Liz Park for an informal evening of conversations and bubbly to celebrate the launch of Artspeak’s latest publication Cornelia Wyngaarden: Artist File. Park will provide a brief background on the compilation of various ephemera and print materials that chart Wyngaarden’s decades long practice as a pioneering media artist. Wyngaarden will provide a slideshow of images as a backdrop to the gathering.
Printed and bound in an edition of 300 at Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach, Germany. Edited by Kim Nguyen and Liz Park. Photographed and scanned by Erik Hood and Kim Nguyen. Designed by Julie Peeters and Scott Ponik.
This publication was posible through the support of The Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation.
Title: Artist File
Artist: Cornelia Wyngaarden
Design: Julie Peeters and Scott Ponik
Printer: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach, Germany
Year published: 2016
Binding: saddle stitched
Dimensions: 240x 170 mm