- October 1, 2005 to December 31, 2016
Showcasing the artists exhibiting at grunt gallery, brunt magazine is a complement to the exhibitions and a closer look at the artists, their processes and the ideas that inspire their work. This collection contains administrative and other documents related to the publication. Full issues can be viewed and downloaded at bruntmag.com
By Adrian Stimson, Al Neil, Andrea Cooper, ATSA, Carole Itter, Cheryl L'hirondelle, Chrystal Kruszelnicki, Claude Perreault, Dana Claxton, Darren O'Donnell, David Khang, David Neel, Dimitry Strakovsky, Dina Gonzales Mascaro, Edgar Heap of Birds, Enpaauk Andrew Dexel, Felicia Gay, Geoff Carter, Greg Statts, Hans Winkler, Harold Coego, Heloise Audy, Infrasense, Irene Loughlin, Jackson 2Bears, Jake Hill, Jason Fitzpatrick, Jeff Thomas, Johannes Zits, Joi Arcand, Joseph Kohnke, Jude Norris, July Faubert, Karen Kazmer, Keith Langergraber, Kevin Mackenzie, Kuh Del Rosario, Laurie Anderson, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, Margaret Dragu, Martin Beauregard, Maurice Spira, Mirificus, Nathalie Ball, Naufus Figueroa Ramirez, Pam Hall, Rebecca Belmore, Roger Crait, Rolande Soulierre, Sadko Hadzihasanovic, Skeena Reece, Terrance Houle, Trevor Freeman, Victoria Singh, Wally Dion
artist | 2 ProgramsArtists Kuh Del Rosario
“My body of work is largely informed by the nuances of our material world and the sensorial discourse that we engage in throughout the unfolding of our every day. This discourse utilizes a tactile language that we have come to understand through our own individual relationship with our physical environment. Yet, when extracted from the contextual references (apart from the salvaged materials), this language becomes harder to recognize.Through the employment of rudimentary construction and intuitive processes, I
strive to develop a sculptural representation of this idea. Within my sculptures/installations, I encourage this disorienting element of the strangely familiar but not readily identifiable through the cultivation of imperfections and allowing mistakes and happenstance to occur. Utilizing salvaged materials, which already
have their own history, I add to the narrative that I create through the additive and reductive modes of construction.”
Kuh Del Rosario recently moved to Vancouver from Calgary. Her sculptural installations employ building materials to create large abstract forms. Del Rosario graduated with a BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2003.