BEING by John Graham

(2018) short experimental film

It is fantastical, psychedelic and a magical film.” Timea Gulisio (Budapest, Hungary)

“It is beautiful!” Marti Sipos (BARTR, Budapest, Hungary)

“Very poetic and sensitive!” Philip Gagnon (Montreal, Canada)

Thanks so much for sending the link. I really enjoyed watching this, the textures and sensibilities are really magical. I also really like how it ties into the last mirrored dance inspired video you made. The composer also did a terrific job matching the visual quality. The colour shifts between “acts” is working very well. I hope that you find lots of success with this short film. Let me know when you secure your first screenings.” Lisa Birke (Saskatoon, Canada)

MUSEUM OF DREAMS by John Graham

Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
Saskatchewan visual and multimedia artist John Graham’s current exhibit at Harcourt House is almost unimaginable. “Museum of Dreams” is a collection of 30 bizarre found object sculptures of ambiguous dream-like states, covered in a vibrant colour palette.”
Stephan Boissonneault  Vue Weekly (Edmonton)

http://harcourthouse.ab.ca/new-exhibitions-john-graham-museum-of-dreams-and-marcie-rohr-now-you-see-me/

PROJECT UPDATE by John Graham

Hello and HNY! 

I would like to invite you to view MY new exhibition IN THE MAIN GALLERY AT Harcourt House in Edmonton until Jan. 21, 2017.

"I have never seen anything like it!       STEPHAN BOISSONEAULT, VUE WEEKLY

JOHN GRAHAM: Museum of Dreams

Main Gallery

In this multi-media installation, John Graham – a nationally and internationally renowned visual artist, filmmaker, architect, and a Professor of Art at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon – presents an imaginary museum collection of objects from his own dreams. 30 sculptures have been assembled into a bizarre collection of oddities, hybrid protagonists, magical lyricism and ambiguous storytelling. Conceived as a poetic laboratory, this project interrelates metaphorical visualizations from both the consciousness and subconscious realms. Each piece in this exhibition evolved into being like a dream. Each presents surreal symbolic messaging from inner worlds. Each is individually imbued with an enigmatic narrative. Each embodies its own strange inner logic. All of these qualities are intended to resonate with the authentic self.  The experience of this ensemble is not intended to appease the conscious mind, but to challenge it. Like Surrealists, this installation embodies unpredictable juxtapositions and symbolic narratives that shape themselves around varying psychological tone.

http://harcourthouse.ab.ca/new-exhibitions-john-graham-museum-of-dreams-and-marcie-rohr-now-you-see-me/

 

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