14_sophiabartholomew_photorcedit Alison Postma2021 / “wood wove” sculptural work for grass taps group exhibition at the plumb in Toronto, photographed by Alison Postma


2021 / “The strand like the spirit. The spirit like the breath.” time-based sculptural work installed at Zavitz Gallery, video on Vimeo > >

the wind that lives everywhere and in water2020 / “The wind that lives everywhere and in water” photo installation work at the University of Guelph

flower photo 1 front copy2016 – 2019 / “Snow Flower Sunset Lake” interdisciplinary research in conversation with my maternal grandmother Klara Tuft, in rural Northwestern Ontario

some ideas about warmth (still life) sophia bartholomew2018 / “Some ideas about warmth” photograph of a still life arrangement of hand-built ceramic bowls for Bogdan Cheta‘s project notes on how to cook with thoughts & sleep with sounds at 67 Steps in LA

body strata (skins) sophia bartholomew2017 / “Body Strata” a series of ceramic forms developed during a residency at The Khyber Centre for the Arts in Halifax

sb-2016-face-machine-012016 / “Face Machine” a short film produced and screened at Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre in Sackville, created with Penelope Stevens, video on Vimeo > >

twenty eight minutes like twenty eight years 42015 / “twenty eight minutes like twenty eight years” a performance for pizza hut publishing in Vancouver, organized by Leigh Tennant and photographed by Kathryn Alder, video on Vimeo > >

banner_sophia_bartholomew_20182018 / “Too much too many, too little too late.” a series of ephemeral experiments co-performed with Hannah Doerksen in Medicine Hat, video on Vimeo > >

img_2684_22016 / “Future Fitness” a four-hour-long performance, traveling through mania and exhaustion to explore protective language behaviours, curated by D’Arcy Wilson for Saltbox Festival of Time-based Art at the Grenfell Art Gallery in Corner Brook, photographed by Leah Vokey Sing

Sophia Bartholomew "ULTIMATE WORKOUT"2014 / “Ultimate Workout” a four-hour-long performance, reading critical theory out loud while doing aerobics, for M:ST Performative Art in Calgary and Lethbridge, photographed by Monika Sobczak, video by M:ST > >

2015 sb Ultimate Workout Video 052016 / “Ultimate Workout Video” screened as part of PUMPED, a queer video curation by Coral Short for nGbK Berlin at GEGEN OLYMPICS and Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin, video on Vimeo > >

Bread & Roses 12016 / “Bread & Roses” a performance with rudi aker for FLOURISH Festival in Fredericton, using textiles, white bread, honey, pressed flowers, wax paper, protective circles, and audio loops, photographed by Chris Giles, video on Vimeo > >

A_MG_8199_32016 / “bag body, body bag” a performance for Rencontre internationale d’art performance de Québec (RiAP) at Le Lieu in Québec, diagramming experiences of physical dissociation and gender dysphoria, photographed by Manoushka Larouche

10-sb-2013-the-resolute-parka2013 / “The Resolute Parka” a series of conversations and artworks hosted in and around my winter coat during a residency at the Banff Centre, documented on this website > >

09 sb 2016 The Resolute Parka2014 / “Dance or Exercise on the Perimeter of a Square” a performance considering the urgent provision of possible space during a research residency in Havana with Marilyn Volkman, Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo and Dan Paz, photographed by Javier Rivera Castro

make your self aversion of yourself2012 – 2014 / “make yourself aversion of your self” a socially embedded performance which involved making and wearing a different text-based t-shirt every day for more than a year, documented on this website > >

06-sb-2014-going-out-of-business-like-its-going-out-of-style-photo-christiania-myers2014 / “going out of business like its going out of style” an installation and performance at Third Space Gallery, liquidating t-shirts from an empty storefront in downtown Saint John, photographed by Christiana Myers

DANCE HALL FIRE HALL Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo PHOTO Jeremy Pavka2016 / “Dance Hall, Fire Hall” a project using studio space in a historic fire hall to host events, including artist talks by Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo and Camille Turner, and free school held in partnership with the Calgary School of Informal Education, supported by a three-month-long City of Calgary public art residency, photographed by Jeremy Pavka

The Friday Night Book Club for Collected Sights and Sounds2016 / “The Friday Night Book Club for Collected Sights and Sounds” reading texts and objects together in the interstices of M:ST Performative Art festival, photographed by participants

2019 / “I could be writing about you, but I’m writing about me.” collaborative project with Hannah Doerksen for Femme Wave festival in Calgary, curated by Alicia Buates Mckenzie