Red, Green, Blue ≠ White


Exhibition branding for Red, Green, Blue ≠ White including exhibition brochure/poster, catalogue and signage.

Featuring work by Golboo Amani & Manolo Lugo, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Aryen Hoekstra, Brendan Fernandes, Kika Nicolela, Jude Norris and Kristina Lee Podesva.

September 18 – December 1, 2013

Curated by Johnson Ngo

Red, Brown, Yellow, Black, White: all colours used to describe people, somewhat contentiously, of culturally diverse backgrounds. In order to present a subtler approach to this fraught territory, Ngo investigates the formal qualities of colour through colour theory. The works also allow to consider different ways in understanding race for they stage their formal elements in performative ways which engage the public and thereby foster a reflection (in both senses of the word) on the politics of colour.



Exhibition catalogue design for Inside.

Featuring work by Mark Bell, Pierre Dorion, Dorian FitzGerald, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Maria Hupfield, Denyse Thomasos, Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky.

January 14 - March 1, 2015

Curated by John Armstrong

Inside includes work by eight artists who use the various technologies and traditions that painting offers to engage the Blackwood Gallery’s exhibition spaces and reflect on the established genre of interior painting. Several of the artists will paint directly on the Blackwood’s walls or floor while other artists will exhibit mural-sized or more intimately scaled easel paintings. All of these artists connect painting in its many guises—from illusionistic or schematic tableau to a celebration of paint’s physical nature—with built interior spaces in order to ask us to reconsider painting’s longstanding critical and poetic engagement with the rooms we inhabit.



Website design for Blackwood Gallery.

Worked with gallery staff to overhaul and redesign the entire gallery website from concept to completion.

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The Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art centre situated on the University of Toronto Mississauga campus, and dedicated to open, public research. They present curated exhibitions featuring the work of local, national, and international professional artists in three spaces: the Blackwood Gallery in room 140 of the Kaneff Centre on Inner Circle Road, the e|gallery on the ground floor of the Communication, Culture, and Information Technology Building (CCT), and the Bernie Miller Lightbox on the outside of William Davis Building.