Artist Talk - Larissa Fassler

WHEN: Tues, Sept 20, 2016

WHERE: Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre, Alberta College of Art + Design
 

Focused on the symbiotic relationships between people and places, Larissa Fassler’s artistic practice reflects her interest in the architecture of cities and the way in which places affect people, psychologically and physically, and in turn how people’s perception, understanding and use of place is physically manifest in the built environment that surrounds them. 

About the Artist
 

Larissa Fassler, born in Vancouver in 1975, has lived and worked in Berlin since 1999. She obtained her BFA from Concordia University, Montreal, and an MFA from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London. This year her work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at the Centre Culturel Canadien and at Galerie Jérôme Poggi in Paris and at the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt. Recent group exhibitions include: the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris and ArtInternational Istanbul (2015); the Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen and La Criée, Rennes (2014); the Kunsthalle Kiel; Museum Ostwall, Dortmund; and the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, Mexico City (2013). Critical reviews and writing on her work have appeared in Canadian Art, Artforum and Artpress and her work has been included in books such as Imagine Architecture and Beyond Architecture from Gestalten and Dirt by PennDesign and the MIT Press. 
 
She currently has a solo exhibition on at the Esker Foundation in Calgary.
 
This talk is co-presented by the School of Critical + Creative Studies, Professional Practices for Artists class and the Esker Foundation.