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Chip Langer blends digital and analog video processing in order to explore themes of memory decay, intergenerational knowledge transmission, and the technological and biological limits imposed on building a collective understanding of our humanity and the existential threats we face as humans at the beginning of the Anthropocene Epoch. This idea stems from his graduate work at the University of Toronto, in social organization and structural inequality, as well as personal experiences of climate collapse, brain trauma, cognitive fog, and the loss of his partner during the COVID lockdown. While largely abstract, Chip hopes his work reminds people as to the importance of our connection to the vast chain of human experience now gone, buried underneath the vast digital nowness of contemporary life. Additionally, sometimes he just makes things because they are pretty.


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We're grateful to collaborate and produce on the shared, stolen, unceded, ancestral and traditional territories of Penelakut, Lamalcha, Hwitslum and other Hul’qumi’num speaking peoples, as well as the ceded territories of Tsawwassen First Nation, on what is now known as Galiano Island, British Columbia. We recognize the complex impacts that hosting settlers and non-settlers has on the Indigenous land and peoples of this area, and we aim to be responsible and accountable for these impacts and our footprint—whether cultural, environmental or social.

We acknowledge the generous support of our partners and funders:

LEÑA Artist Residency  Yellowhouse Art Centre  BC Ferries  CRD Arts & Culture Support Service  Galiano Island Parks & Recreation  Creative BC  British Columbia Arts Council  Canada Council for the Arts