About Julianne Chapple
Julianne Chapple is the Artistic Director of Vancouver-based dance company Future Leisure, co-producer of the Shooting Gallery Performance Series, and a member of the women-led media artists collective, The Work Group. She has presented her work across Canada, Italy, Ireland, Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Ed Spence is a fine artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was born in Salmon Arm, BC, and in 2005 received his BFA from UBC Okanagan where he was awarded the President’s Purchase Award. His work has been exhibited across Canada, The United States, Poland, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. In 2012 he was awarded a two month research residency in Italy which gave him the opportunity to develop various personal projects and collaborate with numerous international artists. His early experience in computer-generated imagery and formal artistic training have allowed him to develop a rich and diverse visual language that ranges from figurative watercolour illustrations and photographic collage to ambient textural video installations and sculpture. His interest in alternative culture is merged with his knowledge of historic art movements and current trends in new media and information technology. Ed is represented by Franc Gallery in Vancouver. https://www.edspence.net/
Maxine Chadburn is a dance and performance artist based on the traditional unceded Territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm(Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh(Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. She lives and works as an uninvited guest on their land. She has toured nationally and internationally, working both as an independent dance artist and company member for various choreographers and contemporary dance companies including Daina Ashbee, Kelly McInnes, Shay Keubler’s Radical System Arts and Future Leisure. She has studied with Modus Operandi and Edam Dance. Max’s acting career in film and television has brought her further opportunities to indulge her imagination and love of storytelling, as well as 2 award nominations (Leo and UBCP/ACTRA Awards). In 2019 Maxine became licensed to teach the GYROKINESIS® movement method.