Western Front is pleased to present Escape Scenes, a solo exhibition by Vancouver based artist Julia Feyrer. In a new body of work including 16mm film and cyanotype photograms, the artist explores mediated perception as an imprecise form of measurement. Feyrer’s works inhabit the space between static and moving images, where makeshift narratives reveal the fantasy logic of their own construction. The exhibition will also include a new artist book by Feyrer, published by Perro Verlag.
Julia Feyrer (b. 1982 Victoria, BC) currently lives and works in Vancouver. She received her Meisterschülerin from the Städelschule in Frankfurt, Germany in 2010, and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver in 2004. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Bottles Under The Influence (with Tamara Henderson) at the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff (2013); Alternatives and Opportunities at Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver (2012); Irregular Time Signatures at Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö (2011); and The Poodle Dog Ornamental Bar at Artspeak, Vancouver (2010).