This blog was created as a tie in to my graphic novel(la) series Threshold, an ongoing project first initiated in the final year of my BFA. This series, and contextual material surrounding it, is currently forming the bulk of my MA practice. Central to the series is the city of Threshold: a topographically unstable and ever-shifting morass of in-between and tranistory spaces that silts into existence at narrative peripheries.

The intent is to create a space where the city of Threshold, and the conceptual basis behind it, can be fleshed out in greater detail than is possible in the graphic novel format, and to tie in some of the other projects involving the city that are only alluded to elsewhere.

All completed installments of the series can be viewed on this blog, while printed copies are available at or through APE Games at

Monday, November 25, 2013

Last Week for Invisible Cities

My current exhibition Invisible Cities at the Art Gallery of St Albert is currently in its final week, running until 5pm 30th November. I will be at the gallery on Friday 29th November for the Snowflake Festival, so please stop by and say hello if you are in the neighborhood.

Media about  Invisible Cities:

Articles in the St Albert Gazette and the St Albert Leader

Interview on CKUA Art Beat

Video Spot for the Art Gallery of St Albert

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