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Selected Exhibitions2017-06-02T06:57:56+00:00

Selected Exhibitions

Solo & Group Exhibition from 1993 – 2017

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS.

2014: Vierraumladen Galerie Berlin Germany

2013: Vierraumladen Galerie Berlin Germany

2002: l’Alliance Française de Vancouver BC Canada

1999: Portraits from Bambala – The Cellar Jazz Cafe Gallery – Vancouver BC Canada

1998: Foliage of Time I- LageHaus-Bremen Germany

1998: The Matrix of Consciousness II – French Cultural Centre Vancouver BC Canada

1997: Exhibition titled ” The ephemeral measure “. The Donut House Co. Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

1996: Exhibition titled ” The Matrix of consciousness ” University of Montreal Quebec. Foyer Marie Gerin-Lajoie.

1995: Exhibition titled ” Earth; a Perennial Passage ” The Alliance Francaise de Vancouver; Vancouver, B.C.

1993: Exhibition titled ” Convolutions of the Psyche ” The British Council Yaounde Cameroon.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

1997: Fourth International Conference of the Visual Arts. Simon Fraser University, Harbor Center. Vancouver, B.C. Round House Community Center.

1996: Exhibition titled ” The Matrix of Consciousness I “ With Carlyle Matthew, The Amelia Douglas Gallery. Douglas College; New Westminster Vancouver; B.C.

1995: A contemporary Exhibit of African and Canadian Visual Artists; The Quick House of Jazz, Beatty St. Vancouver, B.C.

1995: Contemporary Exhibit of African & Canadian Visual Artists; The French Cultural Center Vancouver, B.C.

1995: Contemporary Exhibit of African & Canadian Visual Artists. The Harrison Festival of the Arts & Music.

1995: Contemporary Exhibit of African Visual Art. Pacific Cinematheque; Vancouver, B.C.

1995: Exhibit of Contemporary African & AfroCanadian Visual Artists; Sub Art Gallery; University of British Columbia. Vancouver, B.C.

1994: Exhibit of African & Afro Canadian Visual Artists. The Gallery Lounge University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. 1994: Exhibit of African & Afro Canadian Visual Artists; The Royal Museum of British Columbia; Victoria; B.C.

1993: A saloon of Cameroonian & Canadian Visual Artists; The French Cultural Center Yaounde; Cameroon.

1993: A saloon of Contemporary Cameroonian Visual Art. The French Cultural Center, Yaounde Cameroon.

1993: Saloon of Sculptors & Painters. Hotel De Ville Yaounde; Cameroon.

Selected Public Commissions & Collaborative Work.

1995: Mural Commissioned by the Coastal Jazz and Blues Society; for the annual Du Maurier Jazz Festival; Vancouver, B.C. in Collaboration with Claudine Pommier, Jeanie Kammens and Khadjeda.

1994: Mural Commissioned by the Downtown Vancouver better Business Improvement Association. In Collaboration with Thomas Anfield & Richard Tetrault.

Several Public Workshops and Presentations; In Vancouver and in Montreal, has also appeared in the Film African Brush Strokes, a Documentary by David Pettigrew published by Temple Films Vancouver. B.C.

Projects & Exhibitions

Brief Synopsis on Exhibitions & Projects

African Market I

The marketplace as a confluence point, as a converging pivot around which some elements & essences of a society come together in a concordant and harmonic flux of

The Quantum Dance I & The Invocation Idioms, Project 2017

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The Numinous Themes & the Evocation Idioms II – 2014.

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The Numinous Themes & the Evocation Idioms I – 2013.

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Frequently Encountered Questions

Some definitions, key concepts and answers to common questions

The creative employment, engagement of all our human faculties in creating or producing something for the appreciation.

How do we perceive a thing? What  & who is it that is perceiving? What is it to perceive beyond the realm of thought & thinking?

from Greek sumbolon ‘mark, token’, from sun- ‘with’ + ballein ‘to throw’. A designation, thing, sign alluding/referencing or used as an indication of something else
Dictionary definition, the state of being aware of and responsive to one’s surroundings.
ORIGIN
mid 16th cent. (in the general sense ‘quantity’): from Latin, neuter of quantus. In Physics, a discrete quantity of energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the radiation it represents.
ORIGIN
mid 17th cent.: from Latin numen, numin- ‘divine will’ + -ous.
adjective:
having a strong religious or spiritual quality; indicating or suggesting the presence of a divinity: the strange, numinous beauty of this ancient landmark.
The art/concept of rendering in visual form philosophical thoughts, concepts and ideas via the use of symbols.
The art/process of rendering poetical thoughts and inspiration in a visual form via the use of symbols.

Synesthesia; the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body.
ORIGIN
late 19th cent.: modern Latin, from syn-‘with’, on the pattern of anaesthesia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synesthesia

The arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method: I filed the cards in alphabetical order.
ORIGIN
Middle English: from Old French ordre, from Latin ordo, ordin- ‘row, series, rank’.

The study of myths. this field includes archaeology, comparative mythology, and folklore.
ORIGIN
late Middle English: from French mythologie, or via late Latin from Greek muthologia, from muthos ‘myth’ + –

A particle representing a quantum of light or other electromagnetic radiation. A photon carries energy proportional to the radiation frequency but has zero rest mass.
ORIGIN
early 20th cent.: from Greek phōs, phōt- ‘light’, on the pattern of electron.

Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence: abstract concepts such as love or beauty.
ORIGIN
Middle English: from Latin abstractus, literally ‘drawn away’, past participle of abstrahere, from ab- ‘from’ + trahere ‘draw off’.
Art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.
Also hypnogogic: relating to the state immediately before falling asleep.
ORIGIN
late 19th cent.: from French hypnagogique, from Greek hupnos ‘sleep’ + agōgos ‘leading’ (from agein ‘to lead’).
An act or process of merging:
ORIGIN
late Middle English: from late Latin confluentia, from Latin confluere ‘flow together’
The cultural, social, or political environment in which something develops:
ORIGIN
late Middle English (in the sense ‘womb’): from Latin, ‘breeding female’, later ‘womb’, from mater, matr- ‘mother’.
The fact of being who or what a person or thing is:
ORIGIN
late 16th cent. (in the sense ‘quality of being identical’): from late Latin identitas, from Latin idem ‘same’.
“Perceptions & apprehension of different layers of reality are a common intertwining & interweaving thread of entangled relatedness, a connectedness between things and the nature of things.”
The • Quantum Dance
“Decoding these symbols, may unravel & unlock their embedded meaning & impart derivative context, connecting them with personalised experiences to create or evoke holographic maps with variegated subjects & themes that may cover, philosophy, myths, religion, mythology, music, art, poetry, science & other every day life objects & subjects.”
The • Quantum Resonance