Feedback and goodbyes!

Posted on September 21st, 2010

After a day filled more with art talk and less with performances, I have more inspiration than ever for my upcoming posts.

However, at the same time, the festival is starting to wind down and artists are slowly going home; my anxiety about completing more blogging about the art is growing, as is my sadness that it’s coming to an end.

After a very productive feedback session with Robin Lambert and Brette Gabel I’m going to be up all night responding to blog comments about Show Us Your Edmonton!

It’s a dream come true, as far as my own hopes for the blog – that there would be conversation generated about the work and my writing about the work – even though I anticipate it will be even harder to clarify positions and solidify arguments than it has been to create the original posts.



  • Alison

    I think the feedback sessions are a great opportunity to consider new directions and motivate future work. Being at Visualeyez has been a terrific opportunity to meet other artists and develop our practices. I think it’s perfectly acceptable and understandable that our work is flawed, especially when we are open to suggestions and improvements. It’s been a pleasure to see my work through the eyez of other artists and a broad audience. The personal connections I have experienced during this festival have been invaluable. Thank you Todd, Latitude 53, Cindy and all who visited me.

  • congratulations 2 all and 4 allowing this window into yr world. thanks cindy!