You may have noticed that things look a little different around here. That’s right, I’ve got a new website.
My old website was built to be fast and efficient, but it wasn’t flexible or easy to maintain. With the introduction of tablets, smartphones, smart TVs, and web-enabled gaming consoles, flexibility has become, in my opinion, much more of a priority. And based on the frequency of my updates, making it easier for me to do so is probably going to be a welcome change on my end.
Moore Gallery, which had me on their stable of artists, has transitioned from a gallery with a physical space into focusing on private dealing. That means that I’m a free agent in the Toronto art scene again! As much as the internet changes things, democratizes the art world, and bypasses the gatekeepers and tastemakers of the past, I’m still the kind of artist who wants to show physical objects in a white cube. I like galleries, and I’m working on settling into a new home for the foreseeable future.