T+T False Creek – Book Publication
T+T False Creek
February 4 – March 4, 2010
A catalogue of an exhibition of work by T&T, curated by Patrik Andersson
Introduction by Patrik Andersson
Essay by Jordan Strom
black and white and colour
22 x 22 mm 34 pp
Published by Pendulum Gallery, Trapp Editions, and Other Sights for Artists’ Projects in 2011
Designed by Judith Steedman
The work of T&T (Tony Romano and Tyler Brett) reflects on ideas of sustainability, green architecture and technological progress. Their artworks frequently include elements of natural systems such as solar power and organic filters in conjunction with recycled and reconfigured technology. Over the course of their diverse artistic practice, they have developed a survivalist-informed aesthetic, creating whimsical, yet critically considered artworks that provide astute commentary on our historical moment.
This exhibition catalogue accompanied the exhibition False Creek that was commissioned by the Pendulum Gallery to coincide with the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Installed in HSBC Bank’s main office building in downtown Vancouver, False Creek was comprised of three sculptural assemblages, a panoramic print and a children’s colouring centre. The exhibition temporarily transformed the corporate environment of a bank and public atrium into an optimistic post-apocalyptic environment.
Digital Natives – Book Publication [Lorna Brown and Clint Burnham] Jordan Strom on T+T – pdf [Jordan Strom] Bruce Grenville on Eric Deis — pdf [Bruce Grenville] Holly Ward on Köbberling & Kaltwasser – pdf [Bruce Grenville]