Wynne Palmer is a Vancouver-based media artist, independent curator and producer. She brings to her current practice almost four decades of professional graphic design, photography and media show productions and five years working in both the westcoast 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 often range from temporary and ephemeral to performative in nature, bringing into question issues of identity, concepts of location and the philosophy of language within the collective consciousness.


As an independent curator and producer, Wynne has either advised or developed and produced a wide variety of presentations for the general public over the years in the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, via public programming in govenment, museums, science centres, festivals and art exhibitions. From developing museum quality exhibits and media presentations to working with City-hosted festivals with 50,000 attendees, Wynne locates her dissemination through social engagement and public art.


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.


Public art exhibitions in parks include: Magnussen Park, Seattle, WA; Minoru Park, Richmond, BC; Tatlow Park, Renfrew Park, Queen Elizabeth Park and Charleson Park (International Symposium on Electronic Art - ISEA 2015) in Vancouver, BC.


Works in public and private collections include: Canada, China, Germany, UK and USA.





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