Abandoned space stations. Ghostly jellyfish. Backyard excavations. Experimental archaeology. Regional homesteading. Survivalist architecture. Architecture with armament. Clandestine rocket launches. Shipwrecks. Lighthouse keepers. Light boxes. The darkness of winter...

On April 27, as part of Gallery Hop Vancouver, a panel titled "Air | Land | Sea" explored these elements and other expanded notions of landscape in contemporary art.

The panel featured artists Charles Stankievech and Kara Uzelman and curator Cate Rimmer, and it was moderated by Canadian Art Foundation programs and outreach manager Christine Shaw.

This post features audio from the panel, as well as slides from the panellist presentations.

Charles Stankievech creates "fieldworks" which have been shown at Palais de Tokyo, Documenta 13, 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture, NGBK and HKW in Berlin, International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA), Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, Canadian Centre for Architecture and MASS MoCA. He is a founding faculty member of the Yukon School of Visual Arts and Co-director of K. Verlag | Press, located in Berlin.

Kara Uzelman's process-based sculptures and site-specific installations have been shown internationally in both group and solo exhibitions, most recently at The Power Plant in Toronto, Le Commissariat in Paris and Temporäre Kunsthalle in Berlin. She has attended residencies at the Klondike Institute of Art, Dawson City; Triangle, Marseille; and Mains d'œuvres, Paris.

Cate Rimmer is a curator at the Charles H. Scott Gallery. From 2010--11, she curated a year-long public art project for the City of Vancouver entitled Walk In/Here You Are. Her current projects include The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea, a multi-part exhibition project at the Charles H. Scott Gallery which looks at our relationship to the sea.

Christine Shaw is program and outreach manager at the Canadian Art Foundation. She has developed education and curatorial initiatives across Canada, the US and Europe which investigate the relations among contemporary art, radical education and institutional analysis. She holds an MFA from Western University and a PhD in Social and Political Thought from York University.

Gallery Hop Vancouver is an annual day of free art talks and gallery tours co-presented by the Canadian Art Foundation and the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver.

To find out more about future events presented by the Canadian Art Foundation, please visit canadianart.ca/foundation/upcoming-events/.

To find out more about Gallery Hop Vancouver, please visit canadianart.ca/vancouverhop.

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