1. Media Projects

  2. THE INDEXICAL DANCE-A-THON!
  3. THE REHEARSAL
  4. GESTURE
  5. FLOOD
  6. deConstruction
  7. Chromatic Revelry
  8. quad/wrangle
  9. IcarusCar
  10. Ferry
  11. Improv
  12. Legoland
  13. image/Word.not_a_pipe=(Magritte)
  14. Portal: World of Awe
  15. Pothead
  16. Do Not Call it Fixity
  1. Curation

  2. Orange Magpies - Surrey UrbanScreen Proposal
  3. ContainR
  1. Documentaries

  2. Nutcracker Nation
  3. Dancing Las Vegas
  4. Limón: Moving into the Future
  5. American Aloha

    Contact Info

    Evann Siebens

    778.960.8240
    evann at evannsiebens dot com

    Bio

    Evann Siebens makes media with movement. She has exhibited her projects at galleries such as Eyebeam and Centre Pompidou, while her documentaries have been screened at MOMA and on PBS. A former dancer with the National Ballet of Canada and Bonn Ballet, Evann graduated from New York University. Now based in Vancouver, she has participated in residencies at the Banff Centre, UNIT/PITT and ACME with Keith Doyle. Evann recently won the ID/Identities Istanbul Best Video Prize, performed at the Western Front, and New Media Gallery, Vancouver. Recent exhibitions include MediaArtLab/Urban Screen, Russia, ISEA2015 Vancouver and Lincoln Centre Film Society, New York. Upcoming screenings include the FacadeFest on the exterior of the Vancouver Art Gallery. She is represented by Wil Aballe Art Projects in Vancouver.Curriculum Vitae

FLOOD

2015 / media sculpture / photographs

The ephemera and archive of a flooded home. Soaked pianos and saturated records result in the ruined soundtrack of a life in Musicals, Sesame Street, Men without Hats, ‘The Funeral of Winston Churchill’, Bob and Doug McKenzie and Georges Bizet. Taking the warped records from her flooded Calgary childhood home, Siebens DJ’s her way through the remnants of a 1970’s Canadian childhood. The sound distorts and repeats, resulting in a sound and media collage embedded into a sculptural vintage record player. ‘side 1, track 1: FLOOD’ examines the personal effects of floods, droughts, rising rivers, and what this means for our mothers, our families, our selves.

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Exhibitions

PRESENTATION HOUSE
2 photos selected for annual auction
Vancouver, Canada
September 2015

WIL ABALLE ART PROJECTS
Dark Light Group Show
Vancouver, Canada
March 2015

ART TORONTO: WAAP BOOTH
Art Fair
Toronto, Canada
October 2014

side 1, track 1: FLOOD
media sculpture with sound
14” x 12” x 6” vintage record player with embedded monitor + headphones
17:37 minutes long

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