Exhibitions

September, 2016 – with Claire Kujundzic at the 18th Congress of the Spanish Plant Pathology Society, Palencia, Spain. See our blog about art and science.

Our installation in Palencia's Cultural Centre during SEF 2016.

Our installation in Palencia’s Cultural Centre during SEF 2016.

January – April 2016 at Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC. See “Behind the Lines” on the menu bar above.

Silkscreen on plexiglass with reclaimed fir, linen, truck mirror, metal and Gobo silhouette projection; letterhead of former Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Bernard Valcourt, who did not reply to a letter about Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women.

Silkscreen on plexiglass with reclaimed fir, linen, truck mirror, metal and Gobo silhouette projection; letterhead of former Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Bernard Valcourt, who did not reply to a letter about Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women.

September, 2013
Annerose Georgeson, Claire Kujundzic and I showed our work and gave presentations at the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) conference on Forest Insect Disturbance in a Warming Environment in Banff, Alberta September 15-19, 2013.iufro_banner_960

To learn about the conference and our project to get there, please click here.
To see what we did each day, visit Claire’s blog here.

2 thoughts on “Exhibitions

  1. Sue Kershaw

    Hello Bill. I was VERY interested in your interview this morning on CBC’s NXNW and have followed it up by “googling” your show and Martin Luther King Jr’s quote “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” I have taken some stands, but you are inspirational. Will you be mounting the “Behind the Lines” show closer to Vancouver in the foreseeable future?

    Reply
    1. Bill Horne Post author

      Thanks for writing, Sue, and sorry for the delay in replying; I’ve been dealing with a serious computer issue since the opening. I’m glad you enjoyed the NXNW interview. Certainly I would like to exhibit this series in the Lower Mainland and elsewhere. First I need to finish photodocumenting the new works, then send out new submissions to various galleries. It’s a long, slow process!
      Best wishes,
      Bill

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