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Timiw by Becca Taylor

Timiw is a small collection of words, composing narratives of moments and family ties that inform identity in the exploration of my Cree heritage and womanhood. Using the memories, struggles and sacred moments of time-shared, language and materiality to recreate moments that’s became defining in the understanding of who I am as a Urban Indigenous Women and the generational knowledge learnt that I carry with me every day.”

This handmade, one-of-a-kind artist book is not for sale but available for viewing at Also As Well Too.

Created with generous support from Manitoba Arts Council

Becca Taylor is a multi-disciplinary artist, youth coordinator and curator of Cree, Scottish and Irish decent. Her practice involves investigations of Indigenous feminisms and forms of community building through various mediums including textiles, beading and installation. Taylor is a member of the Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective, based out of Edmonton, and holds a BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design.

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Winnipeg Telephone (Artist) Book

This book is a visual version of the childhood game of Telephone, where someone comes up with a saying and, as it is whispered in each successive person’s ear, the message changes and the original meaning distorts. With each of the 75 Winnipeg artists getting three days for their turn, this book acts (just like a phone book from any given year) as a snapshot of the Winnipeg arts scene at this moment in time.

Order your copy for $25 by emailing also.aswell.too@gmail.com.

Participating artists:
Karen Asher, Ian August, Natalie Baird, Ted Barker, tamara rae biebrich, Irene Bindi, Lindsey Bond, Kelsey Braun, cam bush, Yvette Fiola Cenerini, Susan Chafe, Connie Chappel, Sarah Ciurysek, Steven Leyden Cochrane, Aston Coles, Sarah Crawley, Roewan Crowe, Chantal Dupas, Aganetha Dyck, Richard Dyck, Neil Peter Dyck, William Eakin, Heidi Eigenkind, hannah_g, Ashley Gillanders, Ming Hon, Takashi Iwasaki, Glen Johnson, Erin Josephson-Laidlaw, Lindsay Joy, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, Val Klassen, Dana Kletke, Heather Komus, Rob Kovitz, Megan Krause, Colleen Leduc, Erika Lincoln, Andrew Lodwick, Jenny Loewen,Craig Love, Mandy Malazdrewich, Monica Martinez, Kegan McFadden, Sean McLachlan, Divya Mehra, Doug Melnyk, Bernie Miller, Andrew John Milne, Shaun Morin, Kristin Nelson, Mark Neufeld, Freya Björg Olafson, Corrie Peters, Tracy Peters, Bev Pike, Praba Pilar, Jeanne Randolph, Willow Rector, AndreaOliver Roberts, Paul Robles, Melanie Rocan, Kelly Ruth, Tim Schouten, Gurpreet Sehra Dhanjal, Theo Sims, Suzie Smith, Sheila Spence, Reva Stone, Rob Taite, Becca Taylor, Tricia Wasney, Michelle Wilson, Lisa Wood, Collin Zipp

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SELECTED TEXT by Collin Zipp

SELECTED TEXT is a bookwork that records and reinterprets the structure of language through contemporary modes of communication. This artist book consists of a collapsed dialogue that eliminates individual voice. Produced in a limited edition of 50, each book is numbered and signed by the artist.

Books are available to purchase for $15 each. Contact also.aswell.too@gmail.com to order a copy.

Selected Text

Collin Zipp is a multidisciplinary artist who works with video, photography, sculpture, painting and installation. Zipp has exhibited his work widely both nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions and screenings.Selected exhibiting venues include Saskatoon’s Paved New Media, Winnipeg’s Plug In ICA, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Modern Fuel in Ontario, Gatineau’s Daimon and AXENEO 7, the Boston Underground Film Festival, Halifax`s eyelevelgallery, Outpost for Contemporary Art and the MOCCA Geffen in Los Angeles, the Kelowna Art Gallery and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. Upcoming is a solo show at Winnipeg’s Martha Street Studio. Zipp obtained his BFA from the University of Manitoba’s School of Art in 2005 and his MFA from the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Fine Arts in 2011.

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