Waves is a temporal conversation taking place across a variety of mediums, in which Timothy Brown addresses the grief and trauma from the loss of his mother while also re-examining his identity in relation to the birth of his son. The exhibition utilizes audio, video, installation, drawing, and text while also inviting the viewer into the exhibition space as a participant. With Waves, history, lineage, identity, grief, trauma, control, and emotion collide, re-examining the relationship between viewer, artist, and artwork.

Timothy Brown is a multidisciplinary artist based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He graduated from Brandon University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in 2017. His work focuses on identity and lineage in the face of grief, trauma, and control. Brown works with a wide variety of mediums which include installation, audio, video, pencil, ink, and more. He has worked as an art educator, program coordinator, co-curator, gallery coordinator, and has exhibited his work around the province. Brown is the newest member of the Frost Shield Kerfuffle, a Winnipeg-based artist collective.


An abstract burnt orange colour lines weaves organically across a black background

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