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- January 1, 1994 to January 6, 2016
The Al Neil Collection includes materials on artist, musician, and writer Al Neil whose long and storied career has included grunt's Al Neil Project (see 2005.1015ALN) as a part of the LIVE Biennale of Performance Art 2005, features in brunt Magazine and the web project Ruins In Process: Vancouver Art in the 60s, and continues with grunt's involvement with the relocation, preservation, and reactivation of Al Neil and Carole Itter's cabin from the Dollarton shore. The Al Neil Collection includes physical copies of Neil's music recordings, photocopied and original articles on Neil, and various ephemera related to Neil's life and work.
By Al Neil
- May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015
Shako club (or social club) is a project initiated by grunt gallery and the artist, and created in collaboration with members of Tonari Gumi (Vancouver’s Japanese Community Volunteers Association), an association serving primarily Japanese Canadian seniors and new immigrants to Canada. With a signature investment in both collaborative and improvisational energies, Mochizuki will spend 3 months in residence at Tonari Gumi, working in their commercial kitchen to create recipes and culinary sculptures that acknowledge equally the influence of cultural background, history, taste, aesthetic value, and an abiding love of snacks. Through an ongoing series of workshops and taste experiments, Mochizuki and Tonari Gumi members will craft interpretations of the bento box (a traditional Japanese meal set containing a selection of small dishes) that combine culinary and sculptural sensibilities with stories, memories and advice, selected with care. Mochizuki will document the workshops and process through a series of drawings and recipes available online, and the work will culminate in the distribution of custom-made, edible bento “editions” to members of the public.
By Cindy Mochizuki
- Curated by Vanessa Kwan
- June 2, 2014 to July 5, 2014
Play, Fall, Rest, Dance, is an installation that continuously changes based on the creative output by children with disabilities. Valerie Salez creates an environment that encourages artistic freedom, exploration and installation-making over the course of several weeks.
By Amélie Andres, Deshik Chowdhury, Henry Yu, Isabelle Ghioda, Solange, Valerie Salez
- October 26, 2014 to December 1, 2014
gruntCraft is a visual arts based, youth engagement project, managed by Vancouver’s grunt gallery. The project has developed a virtual art studio, in Minecraft, for youth participants. Program includes 3D printing workshops, mentorship and feedback from professional artists.
By Allison Hrabluik, Caleb Showers-Cornell, Connie Freitas, Demian Petryshyn, Erica Stocking, Igor Santizo, Josh Silickas, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, Ryan Smith
- Curated by Demian Petryshyn