Process and memory are fundamental to Karklin's work. Jack and Jill Room is not a documented record of a specific place and time but a composite image skillfully crafted.
The artist begins his process by re-creating environments from his memory in the form of miniature models. Like memory, these built environments are subject to distortion.
Greg Payce is an accomplished ceramic artist who creates compelling cognitive illusions by exploring the negative spaces between pottery forms. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, he studied Art History at the University of Victoria, received a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Alberta and an MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.
In Campbell's Sentinel – Entry and Sentinel – Display, the objects grab our attention but their functions seem meaningless in the desolate landscapes. Both photographs are a part of the artist’s Sentinel project, a series of digitally constructed works that fuse landscapes captured in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, with objects photographed in airports around the world.
 Caterina Albano, “Dossier | Uncanny: A Dimension in Contemporary Art” Esse vol. 62, 2008, url
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Shannon Bingeman is an emerging curator living in Calgary. A native of Kitchener, Ontario, she received her Honours BA from the University of Waterloo in 2011 and her MA in art history from Carleton University in 2013. During her time at Carleton she wrote her thesis on the Canadian landscape painter, Homer Watson, and was the founding editor of Render: the Carleton Graduate Journal of Art & Culture. She has worked in various capacities throughout Ontario and Alberta at organizations such as the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery (Waterloo), the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinberg), the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa) and the Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre (Medicine Hat). Bingeman is currently a Program Manager and Curator for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program.