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Fiona Ackerman

Prolog | (Interview in englischer Sprache) Fiona, imagine if the pandemic did not dominate our lives at the moment and we could meet in your home or in your studio. Where do we talk together? I work in a large industrial building 2 blocks from my home in Vancouver, Canada. I’ve had my studio here for 15 years. Freight trains go by outside my window, and I can see the foothills of the Rocky mountains over the city rooftops. The building is filled with other painters, sculptors, wood workers and framers. My studio oscillates between a crowded mess, and a tidy, open space. Maybe we are sitting at your favorite place? My studio my favorite place. Every morning that I unlock the door and walk in, I’m struck by how lucky I am. Where do you come from, where were you born when? I was born in Canada in 1978 and grew up in Montreal. I moved to Vancouver for a new experience in when I was 21. How and where do you currently live and work? I live and work in Vancouver, Canada. My studio is in a large warehouse very close to where I live with my husband and 12-year-old son. Which stations and people have shaped you? My upbringing and education have certainly shaped me. My mother is a writer who raised me alone while running a theatre company in Montreal. …

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Bildunterschrift: Studio portrait, Fiona Ackerman, 2020


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