See Attached

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Main Space/Parkade/U-Hall

Runs from February 15, 2013 to March 16, 2013

Opening reception Friday February 15, at 8:00 PM

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See Attached is evidence on a continued dialog shared between artists Dianne Bos and Sarah Fuller. Beginning in January of 2010, this artistic exchange is done entirely over the internet and is compromised of images, scans, digital photography and drawings.
During the exhibition, this process will be opened into a blog format, so that visitors to the gallery and the public in general can witness the creative process as it unfolds for the duration of the show.  People interested in participating can e-mail (images should be 1000 pixels wide on the longest side, saved as a jpeg and no more than 1MB in size).


Dianne Bos

Dianne Bos was born in Hamilton, Ontario, received her B.F.A. from Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, and currently divides her time between the foothills of the Rockies and the Pyrenees.

Her photographs have been exhibited internationally in numerous group and solo exhibitions since 1981. Recent important national exhibitions of Dianne’s work include: ‘Light Echo’, an innovative installation at the McMaster Museum of Art, in collaboration with Astronomer Doug Welch, which linked celestial and earthly history; It's You!: Unexpected Photographs from Papua New Guinea, at the Confederation Centre of the Arts, Art Gallery, PEI., and Reading Room at the Cambridge Galleries an exhibition exploring the book as a camera. Her work was also included in international exhibitions in Italy and Japan in 2011. 
Recent public art commissions include a large light box installation at Toronto’s VU condominiums entitled ‘Palimpsest’ and the banner design for the city of Calgary’s bridges.
Dianne Bos is represented by: Edward Day Gallery, Toronto; Jennifer Kostuik Gallery, Vancouver; NewZones, Calgary; Davis/Waldron Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia; Beaux-arts des Amériques, Montreal.

Sarah Fuller

Sarah Fuller lives in Banff, Alberta. She earned a BFA from the Emily Carr University in Vancouver in 2003 and in the summer of 2011, attended the XVII Advanced Course in Visual Arts Dream Seminar II with Susan Hiller at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como, Italy.
Her work is held in public and private collections across Canada including the Canada Council Art Bank and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Sarah is part of The News from Here: The 2013 Alberta Biennial at the Art Gallery of Alberta  and she will present her workThe Homecoming  at the Odd Gallery, Dawson City, YT in August 2013.