Wynne Palmer is a Vancouver-based interdisciplinary artist, independent curator and producer.
She brings to her current practice over three decades of professional graphic design, photography, media show production and several years working in both the west coast film and music industries.
As an artist, her personal research, art practice and collaborations often focus on thresholds and liminal spaces, where the natural and technological worlds converge. Her works are often temporary or ephemeral, bringing into question issues of identity, concepts of location and the philosophy of language within the collective consciousness.
With over 30yrs. of bringing a wide variety of media and show productions to the general public, via museums and science centres to media art festivals and galleries, Wynne locates her dissemination through social engagement and public art through various modes of collaborative pedagogy including: artist run culture, art/music and SciArt collaborations.
Wynne has just completed curating and co-producing an ambitious, four-year set of public art exhibitions, based on the four natural Elements: Water (2016), Land (2017), Air (2018) and Fire (2019). In partnership with Cinevolution Media Arts Society, and working with Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Cultural Centre and Richmond World Festival 2016-2019, Digital Carnival exhibitions showcased over 80 local to international artists to audiences of up to 9,000 per festival (up to 50,000 via RWF) using the most cutting-edge, new media today! Wynne is currently working with the Cinevolution creative team in production of Digital Carnival: Z, slated as a hybrid exhibition physically for the Richmond Art Gallery and as an online digital exhibition in 2021.
Wynne has exhibited and performed internationally including: Arbetets Museum (Sweden), Gallery Factory (Seoul, Korea), Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (Yukon), Vogue Theatre, Western Front, VIVO Media Arts Centre, Latitude 53, Roundhouse Community Arts Centre, The Merge, Red Gate Revue Stage, Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver Opera Festival, New Forms Festival, SWARM Festival, Utopia Festival of Women in Digital Culture, Signal + Noise Media Festival, and Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival. City of Vancouver outdoor exhibitions in public parks: Tatlow Park, Renfrew Park, Queen Elizabeth Park and Charleson Park for the (International Symposium on Electronic Art - ISEA 2015).
Her work is in public and private collections including: Canada, China, Germany, UK and USA.