The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. Further description coming soon. Image: still from Fatberg film, Museum of London, 2018

The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. Further description coming soon. Image: still from Fatberg film, Museum of London, 2018

95% Invisible: The Art of Storage

This year’s Museum and Curatorial Studies practicum exhibition considered practices of art storage, ranging from storing art in nuclear waste facilities, to hoarding, to Geneva Free Ports. For the first time, we made use of augmented reality in the exhibition

95% Invisible: The Art of Storage

This year’s Museum and Curatorial Studies practicum exhibition considered practices of art storage, ranging from storing art in nuclear waste facilities, to hoarding, to Geneva Free Ports. For the first time, we made use of augmented reality in the exhibition

Embracing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Plastics Pollution, a talk with the Synthetic Collective

Synthetic Collective member Heather Davis curated the exhibition Plastic Entanglements at the Palmer Art Gallery, and the rest of us tagged along to see the show at to give a talk on interdisciplinary research.

Embracing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Plastics Pollution, a talk with the Synthetic Collective

Synthetic Collective member Heather Davis curated the exhibition Plastic Entanglements at the Palmer Art Gallery, and the rest of us tagged along to see the show at to give a talk on interdisciplinary research.

Plastiglomerate: A Conversation with Kelly Jazvac

On the release of the Durable Good’s book, Kelly Jazvac: Plastiglomerates, Kelly and I held a conversation at Art Metropole in Toronto. As part of the book launch, Petrina Ng and Rachel Wallace (Durable Good) painted some of the words

Plastiglomerate: A Conversation with Kelly Jazvac

On the release of the Durable Good’s book, Kelly Jazvac: Plastiglomerates, Kelly and I held a conversation at Art Metropole in Toronto. As part of the book launch, Petrina Ng and Rachel Wallace (Durable Good) painted some of the words

Microplastics Workshop

My first public workshop (hopefully the first of many). Read a blog post about it on the Green Stratford blog.

Microplastics Workshop

My first public workshop (hopefully the first of many). Read a blog post about it on the Green Stratford blog.

Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada

Lianne McTavish with Susan Ashley, Heather Igloliorte, Kirsty Robertson, and Andrea Terry. “Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada: A Dialogue,” Acadiensis 46.2 (2017), pp. 223-41. In 2017 I had the chance to be a part of this co-written conversation about

Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada

Lianne McTavish with Susan Ashley, Heather Igloliorte, Kirsty Robertson, and Andrea Terry. “Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada: A Dialogue,” Acadiensis 46.2 (2017), pp. 223-41. In 2017 I had the chance to be a part of this co-written conversation about

Washing the Dishes

Participant/interlocutor with Serena Lee. “Washing the Dishes.” What is Left? What is Right? Forest City Gallery, curated by Christina Battle and Jenna Faye Powell, exhibition Sep 8-Oct 13, 2017, event November 25, 2017. Over the summer and in the Fall

Washing the Dishes

Participant/interlocutor with Serena Lee. “Washing the Dishes.” What is Left? What is Right? Forest City Gallery, curated by Christina Battle and Jenna Faye Powell, exhibition Sep 8-Oct 13, 2017, event November 25, 2017. Over the summer and in the Fall