Hank Bull

Flow Tilla Thrilla

Delta Hotel

Saturday, September 23, 2017 - 10-11am



Hank Bull was born in 1949 in Calgary and was raised in Ontario, with strong family connections to Nova Scotia. He studied at the New School of Art, Toronto, under Robert Markle and Nobuo Kubota. In 1973, he moved to Vancouver and joined the Western Front, where he became involved in performance art, radio, shadow theatre, video, publishing and curating. He was a founding director of PAARC, the Pacific Association of Artist-run Centres. He has travelled widely across Canada and has produced numerous projects in collaboration with artists in Europe, Africa and Asia. In 1999 he was co-founder of Centre A, the Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. An exhibition survey, “Hank Bull: Connexion,” toured to five cities across Canada in 2015-17. His current practice takes place at the intersection of painting, sculpture, sound and video. He is represented by Franc Gallery, Vancouver.