Alana Bartol

Canadian artist Alana Bartol creates relationships between the personal sphere and the landscape, particular to our moment of environmental precarity. Through performance, drawing, and video, her site-responsive works explore walking and divination as ways of understanding across places, species, and bodies.

Her video work has been presented in festivals and galleries nationally and internationally including Berlin Feminist Film Festival, SIMULTAN (Romania), GRRL HAUS Cinema (USA), Festival Transterritorial de Cine Underground (Argentina), Hazel Eye Film Festival, Media City International Film and Video Festival (Windsor), PlugIn ICA (Winnipeg), TRUCK Contemporary Art (Calgary), Access Gallery (Vancouver), InterAccess (Toronto), Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative (Regina), Groupe Intervention Vidéo (Montréal), and Walter Phillips Gallery at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Bartol is a settler Canadian currently living and working in Treaty 7 territory in Moh'kins'tsis/Calgary, where she teaches at Alberta University of the Arts.

Artist Code: 2070



2017, 10:02 minutes, colour