Colin Miner’s practice considers an ontological anxiety that shadows the photographic and the production of meaning offered in qualities of relations (lightness, darkness, reflection, refraction). This takes form through assemblage, composition, and duration, with projects developing in the spaces of crossing paths. Writing and the artist project Moire have become articulations of an expanding practice in which the political becomes visible through the absent, cyclical, and askew. Miner is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, recently in the Peruvian Amazonia, and has presented exhibitions in Canada, China, and Germany. He holds an MFA (UBC) and PhD (Western) in Visual Arts and Culture.