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    Joe Bérubé, The Garden of Inconsistent Realities (still), 2010. Video, 3 min 50 seconds.
    Courtesy of the artist.

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    Marilyne Blais, You Were Not There (still), 2011. Video, 2 min 44 seconds. Courtesy of the artist.

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    Jordy Hamilton, Untitled, 2010.
    Oil and acrylic on found canvas, 40.6 x 50.8 cm.
    Courtesy of the artist.

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    Chunping Huang, Printing Imagination, 2011.
    Video installation (photo documentation),
    5 min 40 seconds. Courtesy of the artist.

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    Nick Lakowski, How Can We Not be United Against Death?, 2011. Wood, wire, urethane foam, paint and silk flowers, 228.0 x 90.0 x 30.0 cm.
    Courtesy of the artist.

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    Joomi Seo, Yes/No, 2010.
    Flash video projection (installation view),
    variable dimensions. Courtesy of the artist.

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    Damla Tamer, One Day Last Summer I Went Down to the Beach, 2011. Performance photograph. Courtesy of the artist.

Happy

Joe Bérubé, Marilyne Blais, Jordy Hamilton, Chunping Huang, Nick Lakowski, Joomi Seo, Damla Tamer

UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2011

September 2 - 18, 2011

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David Mortella at 4:38 pm Sunday, September 18, 2011

Of all the works in the exhibition, Jordy Hamilton's seems to be more fully developed along the line of what one expects from artists with an MFA. I loved the chairs and the utitled series of paintings. To borrow from the show's title, I wasn't overtly "Happy" with the whole thing.


Olivia from Vancouver at 12:04 pm Friday, September 16, 2011

Forever doggin it.


Dale Garrett from Waianae Oahu at 12:27 pm Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Meankine!


Roselyn L at 3:49 pm Sunday, September 11, 2011

To Nick Lakowski: The title you used for your piece had more impact on me than the installation. It is something I have yet to achieve.


nicole from vancouver at 1:41 pm Sunday, September 11, 2011

dear huang, i really dig your videos ... cheers, n.


katey from dryden, ON at 7:35 pm Thursday, September 8, 2011

Loved "The Faux Vivant and I", told a beautiful story


Jamie from Toronto at 3:05 pm Tuesday, September 6, 2011

I like the melding faces; trippy, for lack of a better word.


Caroline from Vancouver at 1:15 pm Saturday, September 3, 2011

I like the sound and visual combination effect


yan at 10:14 am Friday, September 2, 2011

a work of art can only be read from the back


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