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Maroonscape 1: Cockpit Archipelago

Fragments of Epic Memory: Charles Campbell and Natalie Wood. Moderated by Honor Ford Smith

From the perspectives of Jamaican-born artist Charles Campbell and Trinidadian-born artist Natalie Wood, looking at memory and its reconstruction in the present plays an important role in the works they … »Read More

Maroonscape 1: Cockpit Archipelago


A Q&A with Jamaican-born, Victoria-based artist Charles Campbell, whose sculptural and sonic landscapes are currently featured in Fragments of Epic Memory.

The Ground Above Us

The Ground Above Us

The Ground Above Us from Split Productions | Matt Delaney on Vimeo.


On Trutch Street

Sixteen years ago I arrived as an uninvited guest on Lekwungen territory. Not that I would have used those words at the time. My motivation was not to be a … »Read More


Hummingbirds and Sleeping Buffalo

It was three weeks after the Primary Colours residency when I saw the hummingbirds. I had come into the forest looking for strength and guidance, trying to find that path … »Read More

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Six Steps To Avoiding Tokenism

Fear of “tokenizing” is never an excuse for the startling lack of diversity of your arts organization.

Actor Boy: Travels In Birdsong

Actor Boy: Travels in Birdsong, The Bog

Actor Boy hitches a ride on a songbird’s trill to travel back in time and interview memories from PEI’s past. Delving into race, justice and complicity this character from another future looks at the often forgotten past of Charlottetown’s early black community, The Bog.


Re-Making Fractal Engagement: 6 Perspectives

CHARLES CAMPBELL AND NICOLE SMYTH-JOHNSON On Monday April 21, 2014 Charles Campbell unveiled Actor Boy: Fractal Engagement, a commission of the EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean … »Read More

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