March 10, 2012

Video and Text from Maraya Artist Talk @ Centre A Gallery

Text from the Maraya Artist Talk held November 26, 2011 at Centre A.
Glen Lowry, Henry Tsang and M. Simon Levin speaking at Centre A, Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
Artist Talk held November 26, 2011


February 28, 2012

Artist Talk at Museum of Vancouver

Networked Urban Flows: Maraya = Reflection


December 08, 2011

Dubai mirrors Vancouver in Maraya

By Robin Laurence Georgia Straight December 6, 2011 Exhibition at Centre A until December 17

March 18, 2012

Culturally Modified me


December 10, 2011

Through the Looking Glass: Artist Walk in False Creek with M. Simon Levin

This past Saturday, I had the chance to take an artist-led walk through the area around False Creek. My guide: M. Simon Levin, an artist and educator whose practice is very much embedded in this placid and highly constructed environment. As a part of the Artists Walking Home public art program, Levin led a small group of us on a stroll along the False Creek waterfront, engaging participants with this site using a slew of inventive tactics. Levin's current project, a collaboration with artists Glen Lowry and Henry Tsang, is a critique of such master-planned condominium developments.

December 04, 2011

Three Reflections of Maraya: Artist Talk with M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry, and Henry Tsang

Closing a month-long series of public programming, artists M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry, and Henry Tsang came together this past Saturday to discuss their ongoing artistic venture, Maraya Projects. Inspired by how the development model of Vancouver's Concord Pacific Place was exported to Dubai, each artist gave a different take on the project, approaching Maraya through the fields of urban and political studies, psychoanalysis, and sociology.

November 07, 2011

Video Excerpt from the Opening Night at Centre A


November 02, 2011

Artist Talk: M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry and Henry Tsang

Centre A presents a salon-style discussion with Maraya artists M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry and Henry Tsang