A Malevolently Bad Map
The Southern Alberta Art Gallery
Curated by Adam Whitford
January 27 – April 20, 2024

Performing THE WORM THAT DESTROYS YOU January 27th at 1:30pm

Other Recent & Older News

Recipient of the The Hnatyshyn Foundation Mid-Career Excellence Award in the Visual Arts

Like everything alive that we try to hold forever
Esker Foundation, Calgary AB
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Diane Borsato, Stephanie Dinkins, Bridget Moser, Sondra Perry, and Miya Turnbull
September 23 – December 17, 2023

Bridget Moser: Somebody Stop Me
The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery
Ball State University, Muncie IN
Artist talk September 6th
Exhibition opens September 7th, 2023 with a performance

Picasso: Becoming the Faun
curated by Troy Gronsdahl
Remai Modern, Saskatoon SK
Pablo Picasso, Bridget Moser, Elaine Cameron-Weir, John Kavik and Dominque Rey
June 3 – October 22, 2023

I don’t know you like that: The Bodywork of Hospitality
curated by Sylvie Fortin
Exhibition website:
UB Art Galleries – University at Buffalo – November 2022-May 2023
1st Performance: October 27th, 2022
2nd Performance: April 6th, 2023

New Performance
At the Tranzac Main Hall in Toronto ON – Tuesday May 16th

When Angels Deserve to Die: an Interview with Bridget Moser
Sean J. Patrick Carney in Glasstire, December 2022

Visual essay: There’s Something Wrong With My House
Berlin Art Link
Commissioned by Dagmara Genda

It’s too expensive to be alive
curated by Rebecca Marino
Texas State Galleries, San Marcos TX
Opens August 22nd, 2022
Performances August 24th at 12:00pm; August 25th at 5:30pm

I don’t know you like that: The Bodywork of Hospitality
curated by Sylvie Fortin
Exhibition website:
Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha NE
December 9th, 2021–March 20th, 2022
Performance debut March 5th, 2022

‘The Bodywork of Hospitality’ Sees Communal Care as a Civic Obligation
Travis Diehl in Frieze, March 2022

Review by Tak Pham in ESPACE art actuel, Winter 2021

Bridget Moser: My Crops Are Dying But My Body Persists
Review by Daniella Sanader in Esse issue 101 Winter 2021

My Crops Are Dying But My Body Persists
John Michael Kohler Arts Centre, Sheboygan WI
January 17th-April 25th, 2021

Charlene K. Lau on Bridget Moser at Remai Modern
Review by Charlene K. Lau, Artforum September 2020

I Am Telling You I Am Really Here
TJ Cuthand, oualie frost, Séamus Gallagher, soJin Chun and Bridget Moser
Franz Kaka, Toronto ON
November 20th – December 19th, 2020
Organized by Bridget Moser
Program runtime: 17 minutes.

Bridget Moser at Remai Modern
Review by Michael Peterson, Galleries West

My Crops are Dying But My Body Persists: Bridget Moser
Review by Natasha Chaykowski, C Magazine Issue 146

Bridget Moser at Remai Modern
Review by jake moore, Akimbo

My Crops Are Dying But My Body Persists
Remai Modern, Saskatoon SK
March 17th-October 12th, 2020

It’s Okay to Laugh: The Political Turn in Bridget Moser’s Prop Art
Mark Mann, Momus

Lead Faculty – Banff Artist in Residence Emerging Program – The Banff Centre
Application deadline: September 4th, 2019
Residency dates: January 6th-February 7th, 2020
For emerging artists working in any medium, with generous support by the Jarislowsky Foundation
My Open Lecture: Tuesday, January 7th 4:00pm JPL204

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC)
November 19th-24th, 2019
Performances, talks, panels
New performance, Scream if You Want to Go Faster

Review: Bridget Moser’s This Poem Does Not Help Me At All
Mollie Cronin, Visual Arts News

MOMENTA Biennale de l’image
VOX, Montreal QC
September 5th-October 13th, 2019
Plus performance: What Will Stay You Alive – Wed, Oct 2 at 6:30pm & 7:30pm
First come first served, totally free

Art of the absurd: Bridget Moser gets satirical with an installation and performance in Montreal 
Nora Rosenthal, Cult MTL

The Life of Things
Yaniya Lee, Canadian Art

You Opened That Can Now Let’s Eat the Whole Thing
Latitude 53, Edmonton AB
June 20th-August 17th, 2019
Performance June 20th; in conversation with Maeve Hanna June 22nd
Catalogue available here 🙂

Limited edition c-print available
A fundraiser in support of PLATFORM Centre in Winnipeg
If your house is pink it’s gonna look great in your house
Prints by Erika DeFreitas and Alexis Dirks available too

simultaneities in reflexivities
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
Curated by Calla Durose-Moya, programmed by EMILIA-AMALIA
June 13th, 2019 at 7:00pm

SPACES video exhibits pair masterful Bridget Moser performances with moody piece by Jacob Koestler
Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer

You Opened That Can Now Let’s Eat the Whole Thing
A new exhibition created while in residence
SPACES, Cleveland OH
April 12th-June 7th
Accompanying performance on April 17th, 2019 – 5:30pm & 7:00pm

This Poem Does Not Help Me At All
Halifax Dance – 1505 Barrington St, Halifax NS
Performance Sunday, June 2nd at 2:00pm (doors 1:30)
Co-presented by OBEY Convention & Eyelevel

Gestures of Comfort
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran,  Montreal QC
April 10th-May 11th, 2019

Artist in residence at SPACES
March 1st-April 20th, 2019
New work created with the generous support of SPACES

Talk at Cleveland Institute of Art
Lunch on Fridays lecture series aka free pizza
Friday, March 29th at 12:15pm

Humor and the Abject Podcast
Also with Sean J. Patrick Carney
Check out the previous episode with Life of a Craphead too

Dear Bruce: A Letter from a Fan
Sean J. Patrick Carney, Art in America

Bridget Moser: Prop Comedy & Consumer Anxiety
Alexandra Bischoff, Femme Art Review

My CICA lecture is a 2018 Montreal Critic’s Pick
Tammer El-Sheikh, Akimbo

Every Room is a Waiting Room is on Jessica Campbell’s Playlist
Art in America, December 2018
You must see Jessica Campbell’s exhibition at MCA in Chicago

Bridget Moser Performs Her Mind for You
Devon Murphy, The Banff Centre

Performance at the Ontario Association of Art Galleries Awards Night
November 19th at 6pm

Conversations in Contemporary Art – visiting artist lecture series, part of Concordia’s Studio Arts MFA Program
Artist talk with performances
October 26th at 6pm
George Williams University Alumni Auditorium, H-110
Henry F. Hall Building, 1455 De Maisonneuve W.

What if we were alive
Untitled Art Society, Calgary AB – Curated by Natasha Chaykowski
August 29th – November 3rd, 2018
Performing This Poem Does Not Help Me at All September 22nd at the 3pm-6pm opening

Bridget Moser// Green Day// XVK XVK// Myra Maines// SLASH NEED
The Owls Club, Toronto ON
Lowkey workshopping some new stuff, night of experimental performance and music
August 16th, 2018 – 10:00pm

If You Have A Similar Story Keep it to Yourself
PLATFORM Centre, Winnipeg MB
May 25th – July 6th, 2018
Workshop May 24th – Artist Talk May 26th at 1:00pm
Performance June 20th at the Cinematheque – 3:00pm & 6:00pm

Inches, Feet, Verse, Metre – special presentation/screening
Presented by Ludovica Carbotta and Sara Enrico
Marsèlleria – 525 West 23rd Street – New York, NY
June 23rd, 2018

Guest Faculty – Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) Emerging
The Banff Centre
Open lecture Tuesday May 8th – 4:00pm

This Poem Does Not Help Me At All
1500 E 4th Street – Part of Fusebox Festival – Austin, TX
April 19, 2018 – 10:00pm

This Poem Does Not Help Me At All – Vancouver Art Gallery (part of FUSE)
Curated by cheyanne turions and Tarah Hogue
March 16, 2018 – 8:00pm-12:00am (performing on a loop from 8:15-11:45, come and go as you like)

Making art that matters: The 2017 Sobey Art Awards
CBC Radio: Ideas with Paul Kennedy

Every Room is a Waiting Room
Curated by Blair Fornwald – Dunlop Art Gallery – Regina, SK
November 3rd, 2017 – January 19th, 2018
Performance: Friday November 3rd, 7:00pm
Artist Talk: Saturday November 4th, 2:00pm at New Dance Horizons

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

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

Sobey Art Award Short List
Ontario Region

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

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