To Jan 8
Mitchell Wiebe: VampSites is an exhibition as temporary occupation. Combining making and showing, employing a surreal personal lexicon and mythology of colours and textures, motifs and narratives, Mitchell Wiebe imports the chaos of his studio to the well-lit, rational architecture of the art museum.
David and Jorden Doody: Dreaming Machine presents new work by the Kelowna-based husband-and-wife team of Jorden and David Doody. Known for their trippy, pop-inspired work in both 2 and 3 dimensions, the Doodys present visitors with immersive experiences that challenge our understanding of the real and the virtual, the bodily and the digital.
The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford is located on unceded Stó:lō territory. The 20,000 square foot facility opened in September 2008 and has since become a hub for excellence in arts and culture in the Fraser Valley. It is a not-for-profit organization legislated into existence by, and receiving core funding from, the City of Abbotsford. The staff and board form a dynamic team with years of experience and expertise in both the visual arts and heritage.
E’yies’lek Rocky LaRock: The Wild Inside
Stephanie Patsula: (In) Site