Kathy Slade is an artist who works across disciplines in a variety of media including textiles, sculpture, sound, performance, film, video, print, and publication. Through her practice, Slade points to moments and events in literature, art history, and popular culture from which to reimagine particular temporalities and existing texts, to create looping structures, and to produce remakes that play on repetition and the doublet of original and copy. Slade has recently shown her work in solo presentations at Surrey Art Gallery (2018), Walter C. Koerner Library at the University of British Columbia (2018), and 4COSE in London, UK (2017). In collaboration with Lisa Robertson, she exhibited a large silkscreen work at Galerie Au 8 rue saint bon in Paris (2013). Slade is part of the art band Cranfield and Slade. With Kay Higgins she runs Publication Studio Vancouver. Slade founded READ Books and is the Founding Editor of the Emily Carr University Press.
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