Trinity Square Video would like to welcome Karilynn Ming Ho for a production residency at Trinity Square Video. She will be working on a new work that explores the phantoms that linger and haunt our collective memory; from phantom limbs & phantom pain, to unrequited love, self-help, simulations and reflections, missing airliner MH370 and the slow dismantling of the political left. Ming Ho’s work has previously been shown at Trinity in this year’s Love After Materialism screening.
Karilynn Ming Ho is a Vancouver-based interdisciplinary artist working with video, performance, multi-media installation, theatre, sculpture and collage. Her work draws on existential themes as a means to examine formal and conceptual ideas around performativity as it relates to screen culture and the mediated body. She received her BFA in Media Arts and Digital Technologies from Alberta College of Art and Design in 2005, and her MFA in interdisciplinary studies from the School of Contemporary Art at Simon Fraser University in 2010. Ming Ho has exhibited in solo shows across Canada: Optica Centre d’art Contemporain in Montreal, Kyhber ICA in Halifax and Stride Gallery in Calgary amongst others. Her work has been screened widely in film and performance festivals in Canada, the US, and France. Ming Ho also works as a professional editor and story editor for a number of reality television, film and documentary series produced in Canada.
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