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ART OBJECT

 

Anxiety in Fur (Uncanny Art Object No. 1) (2012/2014). With a book-chapter title quotation from D. Ewen Cameron's Life is for Living (1951). Mixed media, 2 1/2'' x 3 1/2''. Private collection in France.

 

SELECTED WORK

 
 
 
 
 

Trumpet System (2012/2016). Mixed media, 13'' x 13''. With quotations from a Victorian invention engraving by Gilbert (1893).

Made for and shown by Omega during its détournement of me.ga into ome.ga in world-known critique of Kim Dotcom's file-sharing operation.

Omega quote the words of German philosopher Max Stirner from his piece Art and Religion: "Art is the beginning, the Alpha of religion, but it is also its end, its Omega", they write. "We are pure in a diogenist way, we are the true pirates, the true anarchists, the nobodies, the artists" (Torrentfreak, 2012).


ART CARDS

 

Montreal Tourist and Citizen Rescue Art Cards (2012). With quotations from a map of Montreal on a pulped guide of the city. Paper, 2 1/2'' x 3 1/2'' each. Card not pictured in private collection in Canada. ☛ Read optional text.

 

 

The Like Button Illustrations (2012). Quotations from anonymous cover art for A Place to Live (1963) by various authors. Industrial print on cardboard, 2 1/2'' x 3 1/2'' each. ☛ Read optional text.

 

SELECTED WORK

 
 
 

Occupation: True Revolutionary! (2000). Mixed media, c. 1'8'' x 1'8'' x 3'3''.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

 
 
 

Omni (2015). Digital photograph, variable size.

 

 
 
 
 

Muffins / Collations (2014). Digital photograph, variable size.

 

TEENAGE WORK

 
 
 

Girl (c. 1989). Colour markers on photocopy of anonymous magazine photo, c. 4'' x 6''.

 

CONCEPTUAL

 
 
 

I May Have Put an Artwork on the Back of this Tree-Trunk (2012). Digital photograph, variable size. ☛ Read optional text.

 
 
 
 

This Artwork Not Available Digitally (2014). Digital photograph, variable size.

 

INTELLIGENT POP ART

 

The Question of Tao (2001). Ink on paper, 10'' x 3''. 

 
 

The Price of Myths (2012-unlimited series). Quotations from Robin Hood oatmeal packages and D. Ewen Cameron's book Life is for Living (1951) on recuperated book covers. Mixed media, left to right: 5 13/16'' x 9 1/8" (private collection in Canada), 2 1/2'' x 3 1/2''. ☛ Read optional text.

 

PUBLISHING DESIGN

 

Hermeneutics (2017). Digital image, variable size.

After Kapelański's magazine layout concept from 2002.

 
 
 
 

r! (2002). Printed paper, c. 4 1/2'' x 10''.

Kapelański's mini-poster for his sound magazine project.

 

CURATION

 

Mr. Rupinfort and the Descent of Anna (2001). Printed paper, 8 1/2'' x 11''.

Randall Lawrence's poster for his puppet spectacle curated by Kapelański in Montreal.

 

Coffee-Pot Steamship (2000/2016). Printed paper, 8 1/2'' x 11''.

Kapelański's poster for an artists' slide show he curated in Montreal.

 

80s TEEN SPIRIT

 
 

Merde! (c. 1987) Crayons and pencil on school paper.

 

Originals and reproductions available

Originals ◾️ digital & print permissions ◾️ posters ◾️ prints ◾️ postcards ◾️ bookmarks ◾️ art cards ◾️ postage stickers.

Inquiries and comments welcome

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