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Annie Briard | Paracosm P - The Fabric
2017 | Inkjet print on metallic paper | 11"x17" | Courtesy of Back Gallery Project and the artist

Annie Briard’s Paracosm P - The Fabric is printed on metallic paper and is from a larger series of work that was produced while visiting the southern coast of Spain.  Her series looks to a poetic theory of the eye surmising that our eye sees through a small crystal and mediates what we see while our imagination fills in the blanks.

Annie Briard is a Canadian artist whose work explores the intersections between paradigms in psychology, neuroscience and existentialism through video, expanded photography and installation. She holds a BFA from Concordia University, and a Master's from Emily Carr University, where she currently teaches and manages the visiting artist program. Her work has been presented in solo exhibitions across Canada, notably at Back Gallery Project and VIVO (Vancouver), Joyce Yahouda Gallery (Montreal), La maison des artistes visuels (Winnipeg), and Center 3 (Hamilton) as well as featuring in numerous group shows. Recent inclusions cover Access Gallery, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Capture Photography Festival (Vancouver), Art Souterrain (Montreal), The Rooms (St-John's), Three Shadows Photography Centre (Beijing). She has also participated in international festivals, fairs and screenings at the Lincoln Film Centre New York, Filmambiante Int'l Film Festival (Rio de Janeiro), Matadero Madrid, and the Switzerland Architecture Museum, among others. Her practice has been awarded funding from the Canada Council for the Arts and the British Columbia Art Council, and several publications have discussed her recent work, found in the pages of Espace Art Actuel and on the cover of Liaison magazine.

This work was donated to Plug In ICA's 2017 Gala and Art Auction, proceeds from the sale of this piece support Plug In ICA's artistic and educational programming. 



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