Erin Siddall (lives in Vancouver, Canada) is a visual artist whose work encourages the viewer into thinking about the embodied experience of looking, beyond the subject at which they are looking. Erin’s practice also considers the photographic representation of the unrepresentable through invisible environmental hazards, hidden histories and traumatic events. She holds an MFA from the University of British Columbia and a BMA from Emily Carr University, both Vancouver, and has shown at venues including the Vancouver Art Gallery; Gallery 44, Toronto; the Burrard Art Foundation Studio, Vancouver; and Nuit Blanche Saskatoon.
Location: 5 Lower Jarvis
Great Bear Money Rock (2021–2022) is part of a larger research project being conducted by Ts̱ēmā Igharas and Erin Siddall exploring their shared interest in transmuting traumas of colonial extraction. In 2019, Ts̱ēmā and Erin went to Délįnę in Sahtu Dene Territories to seek passage to Port Radium, an abandoned…