Kim Glennie, BFA

Media/Sound Artist, Art Director
Kim Glennie is an interdisciplinary media/sound artist exploring themes of memory, identity, gender, the role of the individual vis-a-vis the collective, and our relationships to landscape and place, especially as they pertain to migration and socio-political issues. She is interested in the research and creation of immersive environments, using sound and media as a catalyst for confronting the impermanence of these themes. Born in Winnipeg to a Scottish Canadian father and Prussian mother, and educated in Montréal, Kim currently lives in Vancouver, BC.
Kim also composes and performs as part of the two-piece groop Mi'ens, with performances in Vancouver, Montreal, the UK, US and Mexico. She sometimes collaborates with longtime partner, artist/architect Derek DeLand.

Exhibitions of Note 
Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver. John Cage's 'Musicircus'. Experimental Media/Sound Art Performance.
Museum of Vancouver, Migrating Landscapes. Magnificent Jettison. Kim Glennie: Media Art/Video; DerekDeLand: Architectural Installation. Canada's entry to the Venice Biennale, BC Regional Exhibition. Media Art, in collaborative dialogue with architectural installation.
Merge Gallery, Vancouver. Mi’ens: Challenger. ExperimentalMedia/Sound Art Performance. 
MonoRail, Glasgow, UK. Prussian Ellipses. Experimental Media/Sound Art Performance. Gutter (The magazine of new Scottish writing) launch.
Space Agency Frontierspace Competition, Vancouver. Skage. Design Collaboration (with artist/architect partner Derek DeLand).
Newton Public Art Competition. pathWAVE. Design Collaboration (with artist/architect partner Derek DeLand).
District of North Vancouver Public Art. Wordplay (Konkrete Freedom). Design Collaboration/Installation (with artist/architect partner Derek DeLand). 

Video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfpOcKN-R-pf-KCW_utLPDg
Vancouver Film School. Diploma. (Award of Excellence, 2003).  Concordia University. Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Arts. (Honours, 1994).
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