plywood-cut press print
acrylic on paper
2019 - 2020
8" x 5.5"
"When two celestial bodies of comparable mass interact gravitationally, both orbit about a fixed point (the centre of mass of the two bodies). This point lies between the bodies on the line joining them at a position such that the products of the distance to each body with the mass of each body are equal. Thus, Earth and the Moon move in complementary orbits about their common centre of mass."
Glass Box is pleased to present
June 1st (opening 7-10pm) - July 10th
September 14th (opening 7-10pm) - October 20th 2019
November 16th (opening 7-10pm) - December 21st 2019
Vivienne Bessette - Landline
May - July 30th 2020
Michelle Weinstein -
October 1st - November 7th 2020
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are limiting the number of guests per hour, for events please RSVP via the website.
Glass Box is an alternative space of presentation for national and international emerging artists. Glass Box offers a space to experiment with new ideas and generate new conversations.
Vivienne Bessette (b. 1982 lives as a guest on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xwməθkwəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and səlí̓lwətaʔɬ Nations.) She is an interdisciplinary artist and holds a BFA from Simon Fraser University. A member of the artist collective Garden Don’t Care hosting experimental workshops and dinners. Her practice shifts in and out of the studio, the garden, the kitchen, the mouth, the bed and the notebook.
Jordan Milner graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (2014). He continues to live and work in Vancouver, BC alongside his founding peers of Duplex Artist Society. Recent exhibitions include the Summary Pt.1, Dynamo Arts Association,Vancouver, CA (2019) Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, CA (2016) Pure Numerical Formula Describes Wetness and Light, Or Gallery, Vancouver, CA (2016).
Ed Spence is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver BC, Canada. He has a BFA from UBC Okanagan where he awarded President’s Purchase Award. He has been exhibited throughout Canada and internationally in the United States, Germany, Poland, Italy and the Netherlands.
Max Galyon b.1983 in Boston. He graduated from Cooper Union in NYC in 2006. He has lived in Vancouver for past three years. He is the co-founder and curator of Axis Mundi Gallery with his wife Danielle Mayer. Galyon has exhibited his work internationally in France, Portugal and United States.