Canadian Art


Andrew Wright: War Games and Rockets

Prefix ICA, Toronto Jun 19 to Jul 26 2008
Andrew Wright  <i>Casualty in the Fridge Flats</i>  2008  Video still Andrew Wright Casualty in the Fridge Flats 2008 Video still

Andrew Wright <i>Casualty in the Fridge Flats</i> 2008 Video still

Audio Cast: Andrew Wright: War Games and Rockets

The soon-to-be-Ottawa-based artist Andrew Wright, known for his large-scale photo-based projects that examine technologies of image making, was a semi-finalist in last year’s Sobey Art Award competition. In this interview with Canadian Art editor Richard Rhodes, he talks about his stint in the Canadian Forces Artists Program aboard the naval frigate HMCS Toronto and how it shaped the current exhibition of his work at Prefix ICA. (Running time 10 minutes 43 seconds)

This article was first published online on July 24, 2008.


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