Anti-Tourism Exhibitions

 

“Anti-Tourism” constitutes an ongoing series of art projects that grapple with notions of place and encounter. As a political proposition, the Anti-Tour eschews touristic modalities that abound within regimes of modern-day consumerism. The photo documentation below corresponds to a solo exhibition of work generated during an artist residency at Open Space Arts Society in Victoria, BC, a “sound walk” that was staged in the downtown core of Victoria, and, most recently, a large-scale gallery installation that was included in the 2020 borderLINE Biennial of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Alberta.

Select one of the Anti-Tourism Exhibitions below to view more about it.

Anti-Tourism Map
Anti-Tourism Map
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Anti-Tourism Map (detail)
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
We Bring Medicine to the Streets
We Bring Medicine to the Streets
Patient Care Centre
Patient Care Centre
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Tent City
Tent City
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
Installation shot, Open Space Gallery
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