“A remembering, a foreground and a dancing text. A nose, a staging, a clock and a laughing palm. You will tower up like a giant and then shrink back to your original size. You will see days change colour and two million years will fit into your pocket.” That’s the pretext for Vancouver artist Geoffrey Farmer’s mid-career survey exhibition “How Do I Fit This Ghost In My Mouth?,” which gathers 15 year’s worth of narrative-based installations and sprawling image constructions to highlight the artist’s abiding interest in theatricality and the archive. Curated by Daina Augaitis.