1ST LAUNCH PARTY & THE OBSOLETEISTS: OLIVIA CHABER

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For the next few days, Lotusland will be posting features on the artists and musicians involved in our event on Saturday April 2nd.

 

Olivia is an artist + photographer whose practice stems from her own observation of the world by deconstructing it through images. She seeks to reclaim her own gaze through the way she observes and finds beauty in people and places, and interprets it in an intersection between spontaneous, candid portraits and staged, cinematic compositions. She loves sharing ideas with and empowering others, as well as collaborating with them through the exploration of themes such as feminism, cultural identity, and language. She doesn’t think words can express everything there needs to be said and seeks to convey powerful messages through her visual and conceptual artwork. She is also currently studying photography at Emily Carr University.

oliviachaber.com
@olivvvcha

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