Douglas Coupland’s work, including the curation of his own persona, is an exercise in contrasts, where the lines between reality and fiction, digital and traditional, public and private, are often blurred.
You’ll see there’s a particular charm felt in New Brunswick that goes beyond covered bridges, lighthouses, and eating lobster every day. Visit for an outdoor adventure, a piece of Canada’s history, or go simply to watch the tides turn.
Francis Lemieux is rarely credited on museum labels, but he is an integral contribution to the artistic process. The custom joiner and furniture maker has collaborated with a number of Vancouver artists to make frames, presentation boxes for limited edition sets, and even studio furniture.
There is an old saying about how the outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man. The same seems to go double for the inside of a dog, at least according to some writers fascinated with what the essential nature of dogs can tell us about being human.
The pop culture catchphrase, “shaken, not stirred” has long proposed a cheeky answer to an elemental question, suggesting preference between two means of coercing components into a whole that is far greater than the sum of its parts.