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Aubrey Reeves is an artist, curator and arts administrator in Toronto, Ontario. From 2004-2008, she was the Programming Director at Trinity Square Video, one of Canada’s oldest artist-run media art centres. In 2009 she was the Artistic Producer of spOtlight Festival, a pilot program of the OAC. Aubrey completed her M.A. at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in New York and also holds a B.A. from University of Toronto. She has exhibited her film and video work across Canada and Internationally.
Aubrey spent the past summer on Grand Manan, a remote island in the Bay of Fundy, doing research for a new video installation based on a shipwreck that happened in 1857. Up-coming exhibitions include Glide, a duel-screen 16mm film installation, at Ed Video (Guelph) in 2010 and at Modern Fuel (Kingston) in 2011. In 2007, Aubrey did a creative residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts where she developed a multi-disciplinary performance and installation called The Diamond Maker; or, the Alchemist’s Daughter based on Victorian magic lantern shows. Her video installation Dagbok premiered at the Kasseler DocumentaryFilm und VideoFest in Kassel, Germany and was subsequently exhibited at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography in Toronto, at Artcite Inc. in Windsor and at the Khyber Art Society in Halifax.


Represented by
CFMDC, bookings@cfmdc.org
Spoken languages
English, French
Written languages
English, French
M.A. in Curatorial Studies from Bard College, NY
B.A. in Visual Art and Arts Administration from University of Toronto
Tech skills
Final Cut pro, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft office programs, File Maker Pro, Adobe inDesign, Adobe Illustrator
Specialized equipment
HD video camera