Wood Buffalo Artist in Residency 2013
Breanna Fabbro’s work is an extraction of recognizable forms reconfigured, exploring the possibilities of narratives and space evolving through artistic process. Dualities of support and restraint, concealment and exposure are drawn upon in order to create visual relationships, and to explore human experience. Abstracted spaces are explored through visual fragments of existing locations that are deconstructed and reconfigured into emotionally weighted spaces and expansive realms of non-reality.
Breanna was born in
and began studying Visual Art and Art History at Langara
College in 2003, and completed her BFA
at in 2008. Upon
returning to Concordia University ,
she has continued pursuing her art practice, and has most recently been
preparing her portfolio in order to apply for Graduate studies. Vancouver
Studio Location: Multipurpose Room - Anzac Community hall
Breanna will be giving an Artist Talk on Wednesday August 24th, 2013 at 6:30pm in the Athabasca Room outside of the MacDonald Island Community Art Gallery (second floor), within the the Suncor Leisure Centre on MacDonald Island Park.