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project spaces 
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Sunday, May 26, 3-6pm
u’s hut
104 1st Ave NE
Diamond Valley, AB.



project spaces opens to the public in the form of a 100 page publication. This publication is the primary site of u’s multi-year exhibition with the S.A.A.G. (offsite) where the 24 project space collaborations that began in 2022 can be experienced together in their most resolved state.

On the occasion of the publication launch - project space collaborations between Alberta Rose W./Ingniq, Rita McKeough, Anne Eastman and u will be on view.

The publication is designed by Laura F. Morel with support from Jason de Haan and features an essay by Ana Iwataki.

The publication will be available for purchase for $25 through u’s and the SAAG Shop. Please bring cash (e-transfer and Paypal also accepted).

Proceeds from the publication go towards construction costs of u’s hut in Diamond Valley.



project spaces, u, SAAG (offsite), Centre Village Mall, Lethbridge, AB. 2022. Photo by: Blaine Campbell 
project spaces timeline:

2022

• July 8 - August 6, 2022: u presented 24 project spaces in their empty, pre-collaboration state
at a former dollar store in Centre Village Mall in Lethbridge, Alberta. In a storage room at the
back of the store, u showed the video work artist talk.

• August 7 - September 4, 2022: u sent the empty project spaces to the 24 collaborators
and installed diary entry 5 where the empty project spaces had previously been shown.

2022-2023

• Collaborations occurred between u and Amy Yao, Maggie Tiesenhausen, Nicole Kelly
Westman, Anne Eastman, Elif Saydam, Kate Newby, Alberta Rose W./Ingniq, Ian Rosen,
Francesca Percival, Lilou Vidal, Kai Matsumiya, Teresa Tam, Studio for
Propositional Cinema, Jesse Birch, Annie Greenfield, Jason Striemer, Eve Johnson,
Nicholas Granada, Rita McKeough, Zoe Koke, Ashes Withyman, Nour Mobarak, Darian
Schoenne, and Gary Uchikura. 

2024

• project spaces opens to the public in the form of this publication. At the launch collaborations between Alberta Rose W./Ingniq, Rita McKeough, Anne Eastman and u will be on view.


u’s would like to gratefully acknowledge Calgary Arts Development for their financial support of this project.