Tyler Russell

Tyler Russell is Director and Curator of Centre A Gallery in Vancouver. He engages questions relating to art’s role in the cultural development of communities in inter-communal and trans-cultural relations and is deeply interested in polyglot cultural spaces and trans-national identities. He organized the 2001 and 2002 Korea-Japan arts camps as well as facilitating Picnic on the Ocean, a collaborative project with PS1 residency alumni Murai Hironori and Seung Young Kim. In 2006, working with artist Navin Rawanchikul, he co-curated an art project called Navin Party in Beijing. He is also the co-founder of the Café for Contemporary Art in Vancouver.

Read Tyler’s essay from Panel 2