Now Showing

January-April, 2014
Nightmare Inductions. Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA). Seattle, WA, curated by Lynn Schirmer

December, 2013-February, 2014
Toxicity. Plug-in Institute of Contemporary Art. Winnipeg, Canada, curated by Jennifer Willet and Melentie Pandilovski


Recent & Notable

Hiebert, T. (2013) "That Which Burns: A meditation on fire, allegory and competitive telekinesis." Performance Research 18:1.

Ted Hiebert, "The Transparency of Aethetics." Video archive of a lecture for the Visions for the Posthuman Future series, Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, University of Victoria. March 20, 2013.

Hiebert, T. (2012) In Praise Nonsense: Aesthetics, Uncertainty & Postmodern Identity. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

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Ted Hiebert is a Canadian visual artist and theorist. His artworks have been shown across Canada and the Pacific Northwest in public galleries and artist-run centres, and in group exhibitions internationally. Recent exhibitions include: Hunting Orange Rabbits, Shift Studio (Seattle, WA, 2012), Excerpts from the Library of Babel, Kirkland Arts Center (Kirkland, WA, 2011), and Tangible Spiritualities, Xi'an Academy of Fine Art (Xi'an, China, 2010) Recent collaborative projects include: The Haunting of George Street, Eastern Edge Artist Run Centre (St. John's, NL, 2012), Off Label, Open Space Artist Run Centre (Victoria, BC, 2012), and the annual The World Telekinesis Competition in conjunction with The Noxious Sector Arts Collective of which he is a founding member. Hiebert's theoretical writings have appeared in, among others, The Psychoanalytic Review, Technoetic Arts, Performance Research and CTheory, as well as in catalogues and exhibition monographs. He is the author of In Praise of Nonsense: Aesthetics, Uncertainty and Postmodern Identity (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2012), a member of the Editorial Board of the journal CTheory, and an Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell.