The Braineaters. Paintings, performance, sculpture, and film. "They pose the question of survival in terms so monstrously heavy-handed that it precipitates into a genre of black humour conveying adolescent fantasies of punk tribalism, narcissism, apocalypse and barbaric libido. Significantly though, it is pure style, a burlesque of conviction projected with a feverish intensity that simultaneously repels and captivates." (Ian Wallace)

The Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art
The CCCA Canadian Art Database: Chronologies