Fabiola Carranza, The Leeway Alumni Artist in Residence

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Fabiola Carranza is a Costa Rican artist living in Vancouver, British Columbia.
She makes photographs, videos, writes poems and makes sculptures, paintings and drawings that examine visual, cultural and personal phenomena.
Carranza has participated in group exhibitions at The National Gallery of Costa Rica, (San José), at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Artspeak Gallery, Access Gallery and 221A Gallery in (Vancouver). Solo exhibitions include Apocalypse at Solentiname (Hardscrabble Gallery, Vancouver, 2012), El hábito de estrofas, (Des Pacio Gallery, San José, 2011), Pale. Pale. Pale. Pale. Pale. Pale. Pale (The Crying Room, Vancouver, 2011), Foxgloves (Lucky’s Gallery, Vancouver, 2010), and Sample Text in Vietnamese (Lobby Gallery, Vancouver, 2007). Carranza studied art and art history in Vancouver, Canada and in Vestfold, Norway.

See her website and work here : [1]

As well as the residency, Fabiola will be participating in the wiki community this spring (2015). We welcome her and look forward to Fabiola's comments and discussion.


Information on the residency at Emily Carr University's The Leeway Alumni Residency programme:

Alumni Studio Residency in The Leeway

The Leeway is pleased to welcome Fabiola Carranza [2] for the Spring 2015 Studio Residency term. Fabiola Carranza is a Costa Rican artist living in Vancouver, British Columbia. She makes photographs, videos, writes poems and makes sculptures, paintings and drawings that examine visual, cultural and personal phenomena.

The Leeway Studio Residency program is intended to support and advance the work of guest artists and designers by providing access to the facilities, tools and resources available in the Leeway, as well as to enrich and enhance the creative activity within the Leeway and Emily Carr community at large.

Previous Studio Residents:
Summer 2014: Sasha Krieger
Fall 2014: Andrew Zo + Jessica Wong