ARTISTS

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Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett (Calgary, Canada) work with diverse mediums and materials, ranging from artificial light to re-appropriated architectural debris, exploring themes of public interaction, art in unexpected spaces, re-contextualization of domestic waste, community collaboration, and play. Alongside CLOUD, the duo has worked together on numerous installations and films in Calgary and beyond. Their CLOUD works have appeared in Calgary, Moscow, Chicago, Prague, and Eindhoven, with an upcoming exhibit scheduled in Singapore (i Light Marina Bay, March 2014).

In 2013/14, Caitlind & Wayne expanded their Celestial Series to include a sun sculpture (SOLAR FLARE) and a moon sculpture (NEW MOON). Caitlind and Wayne have collaborated on films and installations since 2010, although their first unofficial collaborative piece transpired when buildings a tree house during the Leona Drive Project with the Arbour Lake Sghool collective (Toronto, 2009).

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Photos of the artists by Diane + Mike Photography

Caitlind r.c. Brown is an artist, filmmaker, and DIY-curator based in Calgary, Canada. A graduate from Alberta College of Art + Design (2010), Caitlind spent 4.5 years co-hosting a weekly Arts & Culture radio program on CJSW 90.9 fm, learning about her community and developing an interest in underground countercultures. With a small team of Calgary-based “Artist-Curators,” Brown has independently produced three pre-demolition projects, including The House Project (2011), WRECK CITY (2013) and PHANTOM WING (2013).

Wayne Garrett is an musician, artist, and collaborator living in Calgary, Canada. A graduate from the Jazz Performance program at Mount Royal University (2012), Garrett has a background in machining (Red Seal 2009), and an informal “Art School” education learned passively while living with the Arbour Lake Sghool collective. Garrett brings mechanical and musical experience to collaborations with Caitlind r.c. Brown and other artists, while maintaining an active role in the Calgary music community as the lead guitarist for The Bitterweed Draw and Surf Kitties!

08 - setting the sun into the sky, photo by Ivan Ostapenko

Setting the sun into the sky – installing SOLAR FLARE in Calgary, Canada.
Photo by Ivan Ostapenko

09 - SOLAR FLARE, photo by Marina Skulsky

SOLAR FLARE, an interactive light sculpture by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett (2013-14)
Photo by Marina Skulsky

10 - SOLAR FLARE, photo by Tom Fitz

SOLAR FLARE’s community light performance, “A Stab in the Dark”
Photo by Tom Fitz

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NEW MOON, a light sculpture created from 5,400 incandescent light bulbs by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett in Lexington, Kentucky (2014 – still in progress)

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The dark side of NEW MOON (2014 – still in progress)

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“HALO,” a commissioned piece for the Alberta Science and Technology Awards by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett (2013)

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“TUBE SLIDE,” an interactive installation at WRECK CITY by Wayne Garrett & Caitlind r.c. Brown (2013)

Film still from “For Love of the Lane,” a 16mm interpretive western by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett (2012)

Film still from “For Love of the Land”

Diagram of “CLOUD,” Caitlind and Wayne’s installation piece for Nuit Blanche Calgary (September 15, 2012)

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