Bridget Moser

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Sobey Art Award Short List
Ontario Region

After the Internet
Curated by Matthew Kyba - Bunker 2, Contemporary Art Container
October 19th - November 11th, 2017

2017 Sobey Art Award Exhibition
Art Museum at the University of Toronto - Toronto, ON
October 24th – December 9th, 2017
Performance schedule:
Saturday October 28, 2:00 pm
Wednesday November 8, 7:00 pm
Friday November 17, 3:00 pm
Saturday November 25, 2:00 pm
RSVP to reserve a free ticket here

Every Room is a Waiting Room
Curated by Blair Fornwald - Dunlop Art Gallery - Regina, SK
November 3rd, 2017 – January 18th, 2018
Performance: Friday November 3rd, 7:00pm
Artist Talk: Saturday November 4th, 2:00pm at New Dance Horizons

Old News & Recent Press

What Does the Remarkable Shortlist for the 2017 Sobey Art Awards Say About the Changing Canadian Art Scene?
Sarah Brown, artnet News

The thing about things: Inside 'Propped', an art show about the objects that shape us
Chris Hampton, CBC Arts

Sobey Art Award reveals female-dominated short list for $50K prize
Haydn Watters, CBC News

A short list of exceptional artists: The Sobey Art Award Finalists
Katherine Stauble, National Gallery of Canada

Curated by Gabrielle Moser - Oakville Galleries - Oakville, ON
June 25th – September 2nd, 2017

C Magazine Contemporary Art Auction
Division Gallery - Toronto, ON
April 18th, 2017 – 6:00 pm

Review: Tra performance e teatro. Il debutto italiano di Bridget Moser
Alessandra Corsini for Artribune (in italiano)

Performance: Doored [Chaotic Neutral]
The Art Gallery of Ontario - Toronto, ON
March 31st, 2017 - 7:00pm in Walker Court

Interview: Things a Person is Supposed to Wonder | Interview with Bridget Moser
Elena Bordignon for ATP Diary

Performance: Things a Person is Supposed to Wonder
Xing (Raum) - Bologna, Italy
March 2nd, 2017 - 22h

Performance: A Very Reflexive Acid
Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition - Milan, Italy
March 1st, 2017 - 18.30-21h

Review: Vancouver Report: Resistance is Not Futile
Lucien Durey for Canadian Art

Things a Person is Supposed to Wonder
PuSh International Performing Arts Festival - Vancouver, BC
January 21st, 2017 - Tickets available here
Read Jordan Tannahill's curatorial statement about this edition of this performance here

Ideas Series Artist Talk
Western Front - Vancouver, BC
January 20th, 2017 at 11:00am


A Person with Nothing to Hide Hides Nothing
Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects - Toronto, ON
December 2016

Saltbox Festival of Time-Based Art
Curated by D'Arcy Wilson - Grenfell Art Gallery at Memorial University - Corner Brook, NL
November 17th-19th, 2016

Artissima 2016
Presented by Galleria Artericambi - Turin, Italy
November 4th - 6th, 2016

Form Follows Fiction: Art and Artists in Toronto
Curated by Luis Jacob - Art Museum at the University of Toronto - Toronto, ON
September 6th - December 10th, 2016

Performance: Flowchart
Programmed by Curator Amelia Ehrhardt - Dancemakers Centre for Creation - Toronto, ON
September 29th, 2016 at 8:00pm

Notes on how to be a human
Curated by Natasha Chaykowski - The Walter Phillips Gallery - Banff, AB
June 1st - August 31st, 2016; more information at the link

A Face or a Script Where the Lines Keep Changing
Exhibition: Katie Lyle & Bridget Moser - G Gallery - Toronto, ON
July 7th - August 13th, 2016

How Does It Feel selected as a NOWNESS pick
July 19, 2016

Production Residency with Performance (Freak on a Leash)
Western Front - Vancouver, BC
May 18th to June 20th, 2016 - performance June 16, 2016

Screening: Memory Foam
Hamburg International Short Film Festival - International Competition
May 31st to June 6th, 2016

Review with Interview: Fishing for identities: Bridget Moser a Verona
Roberta Morgante for Artribune

Solo exhibition: Reference Materials
Galleria Artericambi - Verona, Italy
Opens with performance April 2nd, 2016

Finalist Artist Prize 2016
Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts

Choreography collaboration with Chris Curreri
Solo for Alana Elmer at Toronto Dance Theatre - part of Singular Bodies
April 14th - 23rd, 2016

Review: Conundrum Clinique
Ben Harrison for Exclaim

Screening: Memory Foam
Curated by Jon Davies as part of Conundrum Clinique at The Images Festival
April 16th, 2016 at 9pm - Jackman Hall at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Review: Tender Offer Part 1
Francis May, PUBLIC Journal, Issue no. 52


Critic's Pick: "Top 10 visual arts happenings of 2015"
Solo exhibition Bridget Moser: Is this thing on? selected by Lizzy Hill, The Coast, Volume 23 Number 29

Interview: "The Strange New World of Bridget Moser"
Intverviewed by David Dahms, Visual Arts News Podcast, October

Cover feature: "Making and Unmaking: Constructing identity in Bridget Moser: Is This Thing On and An Intimate Distance"
Lizzy Hill, Visual Arts News, Fall 2015 issue

Article: "Bridget Moser's worker persona"
Laura Kenins, The Coast, Volume 23 Number 1

Feature: "Dance and Objecthood"
Ben Portis, The Dance Current, Volume 18 Issue 4

Feature: "Experimental Comedy Training Camp"
Kari Cwynar, C Magazine issue 125

Interview: "Tender Offer"
Jaclyn Bruneau, Highway Magazine, March

Feature: "Get Your Shit Together: Bridget Moser & The Art of Self-Improvement"
Daniella Sanader, Canadian Art Magazine, Winter 2015 issue

Bridget Moser: Is this thing on? listed on "15 Shows We Want to See in 2015"
Canadian Art Online, January


Interview: "A Conversation with Bridget Moser"
Loreta Lamargese, The Editorial Magazine, September

Feature on Doored: "Comedians and Stoics: Contemporary Artists Harness Humour and Comic Futility"
Adam Lauder, Canadian Art Magazine, Summer issue

Review: "Toronto - Mercer Union, push and pull"
Britt Gallpen, Esse Contemporary Art Magazine, Autumn

This list: "Blouin ARTINFO Canada's Top 30 Under 30"
Sky Goodden, ARTINFO Canada, May