Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Colin Carney is a multidisciplinary artist who currently teaches printmaking at the University of Western Ontario. He received a BA with honours from the University of Guelph where he won the Bronfman Family Foundation Printmaking Award and the Warner-Lambert Printmaking Award. Carney completed his MFA from the University of Waterloo. During his graduate studies, he worked with artists in Ireland and France courtesy of the Keith and Win Shantz Internship Award. Carney is a current member of Red Head Gallery in Toronto.
In his artist talk, Carney will discuss his photographic work which extends from his video and printmaking interests. The artist will speak about the influences, concepts and methods which structure his ongoing practice concerned with perception, time and space.
The Forest City Gallery Speakers series made possible through the generous support of Brenda Fuhrman.
Image: Reverb, Colin Carney, archival digital print, 45 x30″, 2010