Darcy Logan / Frater Tham

Darcy Logan is an arts administrator and multi-disciplinary artist who works in media as diverse as painting, printmaking, performance, sculpture, and video. Exhibiting under the anonym Frater Tham, he is interested in exploring fringe-epistemology and hauntological anatomy as a tool to dissect & re-contextualize metaphoric bodies; bodies of history, bodies of knowledge, and the body politic.

Select recent exhibitions include Nuit Blanche Calgary (2014, curated by Wayne Baerwaldt), Trash Talk at the University of Lethbridge (2016), Trumpet at Latitude 53 in Edmonton (2017), Corpus Philosophorum at the Trianon Gallery (2018), Re-Imaging Normal, organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta & AFA Travelling Exhibition program (2018 – 2020), A Formless Shade of Divinity at the Trianon Gallery (2023), and Corpus Philosophorum (upcoming 2024) at the Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery.

Darcy Logan received his BFA from the University of Lethbridge in 2002 and has worked in the not-for-profit public arts sector since 1998, both professionally and as a volunteer. He is currently the Curator and Gallery Services Manager with the Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge where he oversees The Gallery at Casa. Logan has sat on an extensive number of committees and juries in participatory & advisory roles, been both an ongoing & episodic volunteer for many organizations over the years, and has sat on several boards including the Southern Alberta Art Gallery & Trap\door Artist Run Centre.

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