B.F.A. (Honors), Visual Arts, University of Victoria
M.F.A. Art, University of Calgary
Ph.D. Humanities, Concordia University
Mailing: Box 358530, 18115 Campus Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011-8246
I believe in the merit of interdisciplinary practice and research -- coupling artistic engagement with the cultivation of critical skills needed for sustainable creative inquiry. I also believe that learning is most effective when related to life outside of the classroom, involving interests that students bring to the discussion, and ideally provoking the development of individual perspectives on course material. In this, my challenge as a teacher is to cultivate an awareness of context, sustainable skill sets and self-directed enthusiasm that will allow for learning within and outside of a classroom environment.
BISIA 250 Photography as Art
BIS 313 Media, Technology and Society
BISIA 319 Interdisciplinary Arts
BISIA 350 Photography and Digital Art
BISIA 401 Literary and Arts Journal
BISIA 450 Image and Imagination
BIS 499 Portfolio Capstone
BCWRIT 512 Art, Technology & Practice
My research practice is multi-faceted, interdisciplinary and often collaborative -- spanning theoretical research, scholarly writing, art criticism, curatorial projects and artistic production in photographic, digital and conceptual genres. My practice is content-driven, using written, visual and organizational methodologies to explore questions of technology, creativity and the imagination.
Cecchetto, D., Couroux, M., Hiebert, T. & Priest, E. (Forthcoming: Winter 2017). Ludic Dreaming: How to Listen Away from Contemporary Technoculture. London: Bloomsbury Press.
Hiebert, T. (2015). A formalized forum for informal inquiry. Seattle & Victoria: Noxious Sector Press.
Hiebert, T. (2012) In Praise of Nonsense: Aesthetics, Uncertainty and Postmodern Identity. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Hiebert, T. (2016). “Lucid Sleeping: a meditation on nightmares, bubbles and incantation.” Performance Research, 21(1), pp. 31-36.
Jung, J.K. & Hiebert, T. (2015). “Imag(in)ing Everyday Geographies: A Case Study of Andrew Buckles’ Why Wait? Project ,” Geojournal, 80(1), pp. 1-18.
Hiebert, T. (2013). “That Which Burns: a meditation on fire, allegory and competitive telekinesis.” Performance Research, 17(6), 24-31
Hiebert, T. (2012). “The Speed of Broken Light: a meditation on duration and performance.” Performance Research, 17(5), 82-91
Hiebert, T. (2010). “Illuminated Darkness: Nightmares, Blindspots, Biofeedback.” CTheory. 33(2), Available online at: http://www.ctheory.net/articles.aspx?id=635
Hiebert, T. (2008). “Delirious Screens: Flesh Shadows & Cool Technology.” CTheory, 31(2). Available online at: http://www.ctheory.net/articles.aspx?id=592
Selected Recent Exhibitions:
Imaginary Friends. Open Space Artist Run Centre. Victoria, Canada. 2016.
Remote Viewing. Grunt Gallery. Vancouver, Canada. 2016 (with Jackson2bears and Doug Jarvis)
Hybrid Highlights. Museum of Art. Seoul, South Korea. Curated by Art Clay. 2014.
Thru the Trap Door. VIVO Media Arts Centre. Vancouver, Canada. Curated by Paul Wong. 2014
Nightmare Inductions. Center on Contemporary Art. Seattle, WA. Curated by Lynn Schirmer. 2014
TOXICITY. Plug-in Institute of Contemporary Art. Winnipeg, Canada. Curated by Jennifer Willet & Melenti Pandilovski. 2013
Dreams of Teeth. Neutral Ground. Regina, Canada. 2013
Locomotion. Goodman Art Center. Singapore. Curated by Art Clay. 2013
Off The Plain. Place Gallery. Portland, OR. Curated by T.J. Norris. 2013
Hybrids and Other Strange Amalgamations. SAM Gallery. Seattle, WA. Curated by Barbara Shaiman. 2013