Category: Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

Walking Nuit Blanche 2022

by Phil Anderson, Georgia Gardner & Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

it was all fun, an enjoyable walk around and as a collective experience sharing knowledge through the power of art: it worked

Jen Mann: Other Sister at Arsenal Contemporary

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

The corporate gaze is real and very present in the media we consume, the media we create, and even within our senses of self. Other Sister isn’t real… or is it? Maybe it’s both. Does it matter? Does anything matter anymore?


by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

I highly recommend you spend some time in the lobby of the MOCA. Go flip through the books, grab a seat, read the posters, and take your time gazing at the walls.

Michelle Forsyth at Open Studio

Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

The exhibition features ten photographs that reflect her solitary experience of the pandemic by documenting “her performative engagement with objects made and collected during [it].

Conversation at Mayten’s Projects

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

Artists of various backgrounds, genders, and ideologies come together to forge connections that are new, old, emotionally intimate, physically distant, and everything in between.

Inter/Ruptures at United Contemporary

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

The works in this exhibition appear to have slipped into common themes of emotional intimacy and human connection. I like to think that the environment of invitation has resulted in these themes

SLUMBER at Patel Brown

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

Vanessa Brown‘s solo exhibition provides unexpected small delights and, if you can safely make it to a gallery appointment, should be viewed in person

Jacob Robert Whibley at Zalucky Contemporary

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

We are usually unhappy to be the mere vessels through which time and space operate, we would rather make something of it and anchor it in digestible accounts. beige mint reconciles us to an entangled world, even when viewed from home.

Tau Lewis at Cooper Cole

by Olivia Mariko Hsuen-Ferris

the realm of the T.A.U.B.I.S. gives us the opportunity to both depart from our world and locate the often-elusive love within it