Aaron Chan Chris Shier Stage Baker
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August 26th. 2011
FIT located on the Terrace of the Waldorf Hotel
1489 E. Hastings, Vancouver
Aaron Chan was born and raised on the Internet. His recent work was featured as the main exhibition of the Dazed Live Festival, London. He spends his days analyzing counterfeit Beanie Babies® and enjoys the aesthetics of artifacts created from digital compression technologies.
Stage lives in Vancouver where he draws and animates. Recently his work has been featured in both New York and the tweets/blogs of savvy net art icons. He is interested in approaching deprecated/uncommon computer software to create unique objects.
Curated by Natasha Lands, a photo based artist residing in British Columbia. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally; attaining her BFA at Emily Carr University. Natasha has acted as curator for such exhibitions as Night Vision, Here Is Now, Olio Festival and most recently the Freie Internationale Tankstelle project in Vancouver. Natasha continues to live and work in Vancouver.
FIT is a "fueling station for the creative spirit" by Berlin artist Dida Zende. Founded in 2002, FIT has operated in Berlin, Copenhagen and Miami. Inspired by Joseph Beuys and the idea of social sculpture, FIT provides an open platform for cultural engagement.
FIT is presented by the Goethe Satellite Vancouver, a two-year initiative of the Goethe-Institut with partner Revised Projects.