Meet Montreal-based artist Fiona Annis and gain more insight into her work. Light refreshments will be served.
More about the exhibit: The expression “swan song” derives from the Greek myth that swans are mute, but burst into song just before they die. Over the ages the legend was embraced by poets and came to mean a person’s last eloquent words or performance: a final farewell appearance.
More about the artist: Fiona Annis is a Montréal-based visual artist and researcher whose interdisciplinary practice includes photography, installation, and various forms of mark-making. In 2008 she received her Master’s degree of Research in Creative Practices from the Glasgow School of Art, and she is currently pursuing a practice-led PhD in the Interdisciplinary Humanities program at Concordia University. Fiona has exhibited and lectured in national and international contexts.