Taryn Kneteman documents moving bodies and changes of state with video, sculpture, and works on paper. Using tactile, process-intensive working methods that offer chances for unexpected intervention–from materials, weather, technological glitches, and feedback–she combines stretches of habitual routine with gestures of dream-like divergence. Her work considers the cyclical nature of seemingly permanent materials and reflects on the intricacies of their transitions.
Taryn Kneteman has exhibited at Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff; Art Gallery of Alberta and SNAP Gallery, both Edmonton, among others.
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AnaMary Bilbao articulates documentation from photography, drawing, sound, and moving images. Through the combination of these elements and references, she seeks to start fictional narratives that put into question the idea of a single truth. As the artist states, “there is no truth beforehand, only connections, interruptions, and incompleteness – a piece can never end in itself.”
AnaMary Bilbao has exhibited at ARCOmadrid, Madrid; Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and Leal Rios Foundation, both Lisbon, among others.