Thursday, October 15 | 6 to 7 pm | Free
Live Online via Zoom
Ever wonder how long it would take to make a giant hand-felted heart? Or, what an enormous roll of toilet paper has to do with climate change?
Find answers to these questions and more with artist Jorden Doody on Thursday, October 15, when she takes attendees on a private virtual tour of her current exhibition, I Must Be Streaming.
Enter Doody’s world of larger-than-life creations, from the comfort of your home, and learn about her artistic process, inspiration, and the creative path that lead her to develop this thought-provoking body of work.
Jorden Doody is an interdisciplinary artist whose work with new media technologies and traditional modes of craft examines the transitional spaces between tangible material and digital media. She was born and raised in Kelowna, B.C. Doody received her BFA from UBC Okanagan in 2008. In 2010, she moved to Vancouver with her family to pursue their artistic careers. After a number of creative opportunities took them traveling across Canada, they re-settled in Montreal. There, she worked as the Head of Costumes for the Concordia University Theatre Department. As wonderful and exciting as it was, after 4 years (four long winters), the Doody’s returned to Kelowna, where Jorden is completing her MFA at UBC Okanagan.