Elizabeth Zvonar, I Spy, 2020, photographic mural, 2.43 x 3.65 m. Courtesy Daniel Faria Gallery.

Elizabeth Zvonar, I Spy, 2020, photographic mural, 2.43 x 3.65 m. Courtesy Daniel Faria Gallery.

Speaker Series

Canadian Art Spring Issue Launch: In Conversation with Elizabeth Zvonar and Julian Hou


In an effort to support the containment of COVID-19 the Capture Speaker Series is cancelled. 

While Capture-presented live events will be postponed or cancelled, we are currently producing digital content to make various aspects of the Festival accessible online. Please check our website and Instagram for ongoing updates.


Join Capture for the launch of Canadian Art’s Spring 2020 issue, “Influence.” Managing Editor Tess Edmonson will facilitate a conversation between artists and issue contributors Elizabeth Zvonar and Julian Hou on expanding collage into multimedia three-dimensional and digital forms, and how the medium continues to evolve as a critical filter through which to view our screen-mediated world. Elizabeth Zvonar (b. 1972) is a mixed-media collage and sculpture artist. Her solo exhibition I Spy: Elizabeth Zvonar was at The Polygon Gallery from January 10–March 1, 2020. Julian Hou (b. 1980) works in textiles, sound, writing, installation, and performance. His exhibition Pink Cloud will be on display at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver in spring 2020.

At the event, the Spring issue of Canadian Art will be available with the purchase of subscriptions.

Zvonar will be showing new work throughout 2020 at the GreyChurch Billboard Public Art Project, sited at Kingsway and Fraser Street, Vancouver.

Presented by Capture Photography Festival in Partnership with Canadian Art Magazine and Inform Interiors

Please note that this event is not wheelchair accessible. For further information and assistance on accessibility, please contact us at [email protected].

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