Stay tuned for emerging curator and artist Emily Dundas Oke's collaboration with #3 in their PLOT tenure
Number 3 Gallery is a mobile curatorial project focused on initiating collaborations with emerging contemporary artists and spaces. Part design object and part curatorial concept, Number 3 Gallery has been situated in a rotating variety of contexts—from artists’ homes to contemporary art platforms. Exhibitions challenge and consider our relationships to space and question the ways in which access determines success and visibility.
#3 Gallery is curated by practicing artists Julie D. Mills and Julia Lamare. The project was conceived and designed in partnership with Logan Mohr and Pongsakorn Yananissorn.
Emily Dundas Oke is an emerging curator and interdisciplinary artist. A 2018 graduate of Philosophy and Visual Art (BA) from Thompson Rivers University, she has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including the Ken Lepin Award of Excellence. Her philosophical research in epistemology guides her interest in works that deal with the production and retention of embodied knowledge and shared histories. She is currently a co-organizer of the Indigenous Brilliance reading and performance series and holds an FPCC funded Indigenous Curatorial Assistant position at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver. Emily has exhibited nationally and internationally and has been an artist in residence at Nida Art Colony (Lithuania), Ideas Block (Lithuania) and the Kamloops Printmakers Society (Canada).
Public events will take place between December and February. Details on public programs will be announced on a rolling basis, and up-to-date information can be found on Number 3’s website: www.number3gallery.com