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TIME WILL TELL N49 W119 Residency


Time Will Tell

N49 W119

Okanagan Farmstead

Friday July 18, 2014, 7:00 to 10:00 PM


The N49 W119 Residency is pleased to present Time Will Tell, a one night only, site-specific installation project by Rosanne Bennett, Deirdre Hofer, and Wanda Lock.

Set in a converted horse stable on an historic Okanagan farmstead that was once an active orchard, this installation project brings together ideas of time, history, and the way events are remembered and forgotten.

Rosanne Bennett’s Farmer Trading Cards reference objects and aspects of farm life that playfully endeavour to connect the history of local orchards and farms. Concurrently, her Nursing Manual Collages offer a more curious and disengaged surrealism.

Deirdre Hofer’s work Stare confronts the viewer with snowman-like apparitions whose immediate cuteness gives way to the desperation of souls longing to be remembered. The slideshows Melting Vanilla and Melting Black show the sorrow of neglect in the form of discarded ice creams.

Wanda Lock’s While you were gone… is an installation of drawings, that when together, create a conversation about the space between coming and going.


Some photos of opening night on link below – check back for more photos of our artwork to follow soon!

 Time Will Tell (opening night)

MadeIn Mag 3rd Issue

An amazing online feature that includes a Q&A with many artists and our art practice. This magazine has four issues each designed “for enthusiastic and creative folks…(with) an interesting story to tell.”

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LAND MARKS – Art Rental & Sales Showroom at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Land Marks has exhibited at Barrister’s Lounge at the Vancouver Courthouse and the Art Rental & Sales Showroom at the Vancouver Art Gallery.


LAND MARKS by Rosanne Bennett

Rosanne Bennetts recent work continues her ongoing exploration and response of the traditional, iconic, and official imagery that is symbolic of her life growing up in rural British Columbia. Drawn and painted lines form abstract and fragmented representations that reference tourism, natural resources, highway markers and measures. Rosanne merges landscape, memory and nostalgia while observing and discussing the history of both Canadian abstract painting and landscape painting in her work.

Exhibition photos of Land Marks courtesy of Art Rental & Sales Showroom

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