IMAC is happy to announce our newest artist in residence Betty-Jo (B.J.) McCarville. B.J. will be with us until late August creating animated awesomeness for her installation. Ferryman is stop–animation video installation featuring an old wooden rowboat in the projection of a surreal river. The installation will combine audio, light, and moving images that evoke a conceptual journey into island culture, celestial navigation, and the mythology of the sea. The video projection will be a combination of film and animation creating the illusion of flowing water.
Betty-Jo (B.J.) McCarville is a multi-discipline artist from Charlottetown, PEI. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts at Concordia University in the fall of 2010 with a shared concentration in oil painting and installation. Her artwork focuses generally on light, time, place and narrative. B.J. has organized and participated in many group art exhibitions and performances in Montreal, Charlottetown, Edmonton, Fredericton and Saskatchewan since 2007. For more information, visit www.bjmccarville.com