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Category Archives: exhibitions

three photographs from a 1985-95 study, ‘2houses’
with images from south-eastern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands

2011 July 20 Saik’uz language guardians,
Geoffrey Thomas, Rita Thomas & Susie Antoine,
Stoney Creek, British Columbia


studio practice in
public art, environmental design &
related photography

highlights of studio practice: 2017-march-brochu-ingram-arts-vitae

Two Camassia spp. [...]

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: exhibitions

Interior ceiling of pavilion, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore, Pakistan 11 February 2004, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram
solo exhibitions in photography, drawing, designs & landscape aesthetics
· 1999 “Vistas | Traces,” Tongue Box Café, Vancouver, 10 large colour photographs. Curated by Esme Friesen.
· 1992 “Transmigrasi: Speed and Politics,” Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver, 5 black and white photographs, 5 [...]

roof: Produce Produce: Examining Urban Sustainability: Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia

a work in the exhibition entitled,
Produce/Produce: Examining urban sustainability,
Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia

September 17th to October 23rd, 2010

from ‘roof’: Julian in the verbena, Railtown Studios green roof, Vancouver

from ‘roof’: Lemon sorrel, rose & Julian

English Bay, Vancouver

‘Open’ ‘Space’ 1994 part of the group exhibit, Queer Space, The Storefront Center for Art and Architecture, New York, New York

June 1994 group exhibit, Queer Space, The Storefront Center for Art and Architecture, New York, New York (including Ingram’s 13 colour photographs, 11 drawings, and text in a larger project ‘Open’ ‘Space’ with Martha Judge) curated by Beatriz Colomina, Dennis Dollens, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Cindi Patton, Henry Urbach and Mark Wigley. Further documentation is [...]

transmigrasi: speed & politics - rainforest destruction and transmigration camps, Sumatra, April 1986

Until well into the 1990s, the government of Indonesia was taking large amounts of loans from international agencies, such as The World Bank, for transmigration projects to clear the rainforests of frontier areas of its larger islands including Sumatra. Javanese settlers were enticed onto these lands often to face difficult conditions and economic ruin [...]