Pretty Good Not Bad 2017

Animal Bodies (Vancouver): 

Usd. (Vancouver): 

Void Mirror: 


Formidable Liquorice:


Art installations by: 

Toby Green

Toby Green is from the Comox Valley, attending University of Victoria studying in the Visual Arts Department. Originally entering the field of arts through photography with a strong interest in fashion. After a few months of attending the program his primary focus began to transition into sculpture and installation. Now after 3 years Toby is interested in light and ones perception of space. Using projections and sculpture like objects Toby tries to create a space for the viewers mind to wander.

Nicolas Sassoon 

Nicolas Sassoon makes use of early computer imaging techniques to render visions of architectures, landscapes and natural forces. Sassoon’s practice translates ideas of materiality and immateriality into digital animations, installations, prints, and sculptures. His work explores the contemplative and projective dimensions of screen-based space, and how the digital image can express dimensions of the physical realm. While most of his output is published online, Sassoon also materializes his web-based practice into a wide range of Medias. His visual research often leads him to engage in cross-disciplinary projects in the fields of architecture, electronic music, textiles, and art. Nicolas is a founder of the collective W-A-L-L-P-A-P-E-R-S. His work has been exhibited at The Whitney Museum of American Art (US), Eyebeam (US), 319 Scholes (US), Vancouver Art Gallery (CA), Plugin ICA (CA), Contemporary Art Gallery (CA), Charles H.Scott Gallery (CA), Western Front (CA), PRETEEN Gallery (MX), Victoria & Albert Museum (UK), the Centre d’Art Bastille (FR), Arti et Amicitiae (NL), MU Eindhoven (NL), Today Art Museum (CN), the Berlin Fashion Week (DE)) and the New-York Fashion Week (US).