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    • Any other name would smell as sweet 

      Matheson, Tyler (University of Waterloo, 2020-05-05)
      Any other name would smell as sweet is an exploration of personal and shared experiences of feeling queer. This exhibition serves as an aesthetic and material investigation of the performativity of othered bodies, identities, ...
    • Borrowers and Bullies 

      Irish, Jacob (University of Waterloo, 2022-05-17)
      Borrowers and Bullies is an exhibition of sculpture, installation, and video. I was highly impacted throughout the making of this work by the Covid-19 pandemic, which began immediately preceding my acceptance into the UW ...
    • Borrowers and Bullies 

      Hall, Julie (University of Waterloo, 2022-05-17)
      Borrowers and Bullies is an exhibition of sculpture, installation, and video. I was highly impacted throughout the making of this work by the Covid-19 pandemic, which began immediately preceding my acceptance into the UW ...
    • Customer Service 

      Allaby, Patrick (University of Waterloo, 2019-04-29)
      Customer Service is a half-hour storytelling performance that uses PowerPoint and drawing to discuss my experience working at a call centre in Moncton, New Brunswick. The performance uses this autofictional narrative to ...
    • Dup-boug-a-dad 

      Thomas, Aislinn (University of Waterloo, 2016-05-16)
      Dup-boug-a-dad is a video installation that is curious about different ways of being in the world. Its form and content address the body and some of the many ways of being bodied. In parts intervention, documentary, document, ...
    • In Places Rarely Seen 

      Blackburn, Jordan (University of Waterloo, 2021-05-25)
      In Places Rarely Seen is an interdisciplinary exhibition bringing together print installation, video, photography, sound and text. This thesis exhibition considers my own shifting perception of what Nature is and how I ...
    • Pacing the House 

      Perreault, Carrie (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-04)
      Surveying my through a feminist approach to autotheory, Pacing the House is an exhibition that uses material inquiry to reframe personal trauma into a site of investigation. By creating systems of organization—categorizing, ...
    • Rat, Plastic, Wood 

      Simmons, Maria (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-19)
      Rat, Plastic, Wood is an exhibition of hybrid sculptures centering the physical manifestation of interspecies intra-action and natural forms of contamination-as-collaboration. In the gallery space a central structure of ...
    • The Re-examined Life 

      Walker, Timothy; St Marie, Denise (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-19)
      The Re-examined Life is an interdisciplinary exhibition of contemplative and interactive artworks that use the expectations of conventional belief systems to question widespread perceptions and value judgments of our current ...
    • The Re-examined Life 

      St Marie, Denise; Walker, Timothy (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-19)
      The Re-examined Life is an interdisciplinary exhibition of contemplative and interactive artworks that use the expectations of conventional belief systems to question widespread perceptions and value judgments of our current ...
    • Search Party 

      Wilman, Tait (University of Waterloo, 2018-05-17)
      Search Party is an installation and video exhibition that explores my identity—how it is constructed and consumed, and how representations of landscapes and discourses of ‘Canadiana’ play in its formation. Since moving ...
    • Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant 

      Baseri, Zahra (University of Waterloo, 2019-05-09)
      Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant is an exhibition of sculpture and drawings that focuses attention on the socio-political turmoil brought about by the ruling system in Iran. It also speaks to a shared melancholia in ...

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