Lex Barrie

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Four of the seven days throughout a week, I travel to Union station in downtown Toronto. Hundreds of trains, buses and subway cars travel in and out of Union each day, carrying just as many passengers. It’s one of the oldest stations and from the inside, it looks like an old church on steroids. The …

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This past August I had the pleasure of taking an extended holiday with my great-aunt. We traveled 7 hours by plane over the Atlantic ocean to Europe. More specifically, Dublin, Ireland. In case you were wondering, yes I am of Irish decent. My great-great grandfather was born and raised on Irish soil but immigrated to …

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I am listening to “It’s Not Over” by Daughtry as I write this. It seemed fitting to make this the title for one reason. I realized on Friday (when I was finishing up my “Remake Project”) that I hadn’t posted anything in four months. I made the decision to update everything after that. I started …

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The first painting of the broken skull was a present I gave to my manager when she transferred locations. It was her “going away” present. Now I put that in quotation marks because she didn’t leave me long. After three days away from her, I followed her to her new location! She still has the …

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So, in my Time-Based Media class I have learned to use technology to create and innovate my artworks. It has been an interesting shift that I would like to share. My latest project is actually a remake of a poem that I recently read by Andrea Gibson. I took her written work and remade it …

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