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Category Archives: queer space

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: publications in criticism & theory

Jason & Jon, Index, Washington, July 1980, 16 inches x 20 inches selenium-toned photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

Gordon Brent Ingram & Michael Habib. 2004. Re-ordering & after: Editing ecosystems & history in the restoration of heritage landscapes under globalization. in 2004-2005 Series of the Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Working Paper Series 160 (International [...]

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: arts appointments & activism

Gerard, San Francisco, April 1980

2014 and ongoing, KEXMIN field station, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
2015, Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association (KAYA), Vancouver
2010 to 2013, AWL Vancouver, Artist Work Live space advocates
1999 to 2002, Urban designer on the City of Vancouver Public Art Committee
1997 & 1999, Canada Council juries
1995 – 1997, `queer in space vancouver’, a [...]

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: arts education & studies

Tomb of Oscar Wilde, Cimetière du Père Lachaise, Paris, April 1995, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

University of California, Berkeley, 1989, Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Planning. Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Environmental Design.

Studies & research
Design of networks of open spaces and other protected areas and related ecological and aesthetic issues. Major professors: [...]

Frank at San Gregorio Beach south of San Francisco in March 1979 the year before he became a nun and changed his name

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

Patrick Blaeser & Emilio Rojas, Railtown Studios, Vancouver

Some portraits of men in Vancouver in the summer of 1998

The nineteen nineties saw the most rapid construction, a beginning of a normalization in modern history, of the ‘gay’ or ‘queer’ male identity. Other periods in the twentieth century saw more conflict, and pain, and far fewer social gains. The men in these photographs were all individuals who in 1998 were reflecting carefully on the [...]

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 [...]