March to May
March to May (2004) is a photographic exploration of the spatial and temporal dislocation of the official Iraq War from March 19th 2003, when the bombing of Baghdad commenced, to the May 1st declaration of victory by then US President George Bush. The photographs were sourced from the broadcasted televisual referents of the war, of which the artist watched over 200 hours. Each still image is a durational exposure of between 2 to 5 seconds of selected real-time segments of news coverage. The titles are taken from journalist voice-overs.
Shown at these galleries:
New Forms Festival, Vancouver, 2010 (group)
Gallery Vertigo, Vernon, 2008 (solo)
PAVED Arts, Saskatoon, 2006 (solo)
Proof 13, Gallery 44, Toronto, 2006 (group)
Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, 2004 (two-person)