Larynx1, Larynx2, Larynx3, Larynx4 (2014)
Epson UltraChrome K3 ink on acid-free paper.
Edition of 5.
86 x 112 cm.
These vector images are derived from endoscopic footage of a human larynx. Within the images I discovered what looked like abstract musical symbols in the margins. These silent songs of the computer rendered throat have also been transformed into choral songs for four human voices, premiered at the Dunlop Art Gallery, Saskatchewan, in 2015.
Larynx3 (edition 1/5) was purchased by the Saskatchewan Arts Board for their permanent collection in 2019.
Vocales Digitales (Solo Exhibition), 2016. Hamilton Artists’ Inc. Hamilton, Canada. Curated by Caitlin Sutherland.
Rhubarb, rhubarb, peas and carrots, 2015. Dunlop Art Gallery. Regina, Canada. Curated by Blair Fornwald.
Erin Gee and Kelly Andres. Cirque du Soleil Headquarters, Montreal Canada. Curated by Eliane Elbogen.
Voice of Echo (Solo Exhibition), 2014. Gallerywest. Toronto, Canada. Curated by Evan Tyler.