I expect to meet other artists and get some talking done. I would like to do some drawing.
I love wild animals and Saskatchewan in the summertime.
I have not heard that much but what I have heard is good.
I tend to discuss my projects with other artists until I feel I’m on the right track. I think I will continue this process.
My collaborations have helped me think from other perspectives - ones that I don’t always agree with. This can be good.
I would like to have fruitful discussions with artists while on hike.
I have met a lot of artists and children through my conceptual choral work with the Dogs and Boats and Airplanes choir.
I have learned it is good to listen and try out a few things and that failure is sweet.
Bill Burns’ work about animals and civil society has been shown and performed around the world. His projects have been produced at the Kunsthallen Nikolaj, Copenhagen (2011); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2008); the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2006); KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2007); the Fondacion Cristina Enea, San Sebastien, Spain (2010); the Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul,Korea (2003).His 2002 project at the Wellcom Trust in London entitled, Everything I Could Buy On eBay About Malaria, is considered a seminal work in the area of electronic collecting.
He has published nine books, including Dogs and Boats and Airplanes told in the form of Ivan the Terrible, published by Space Poetry, Copenhagen (2011); and Three Books and a CD about Plants and Animals and War, published by Verlag de Buchhandling Walther Koenig, Collogne (2011). His forthcoming book entitledHansUlrich Obrist Hear Us will be published by YYZ BOOKS, Toronto (2014).