Richelle Forsey is an interdisciplinary process-based creator and writer. Forsey’s practice is rooted in storytelling, the discourse of images, aleatory outputs, and ultimately making works for slow looking – a practice akin to Pauline Oliveros’ Deep Listening.

Forsey is a founding member of the photography collective TLR Club and the graphic artist for the indie experimental music label Aural Tethers. She resides in Guelph, Ontario, and is the Photography Technician at the University of Guelph.

Richelle’s CV.

2022 Exhibitions and Events

Sept. 2021 – March 2022
Celebration of the Seasons
A rotating exhibition exploring iconic landscapes. Presented by Eric Allen Montgomery, ART@ebar independent curator.
The Greenroom at the Bookshelf Cinema, Guelph, ON

Feb. 2022 (launched)
Pandemic Gardens: ​​Resilience Through Nature
, online exhibition, The Embassy Cultural House
​Organized by: Rachel A. MacGillivray and Ron Benner

March 3 – 19, 2022
Salon 44, Gallery 44 Centre of Contemporary Photography’s online fundraising exhibition

May Day 2022
Why the fuck not
Charlotte St. & Adelaide St. W, Toronto, ON
An uncommissioned, group exhibition disorganized by PastePlatzer
Featuring: @richelle4c, @pokornyatia, @naaatchos,, @daniellegoshay, & @jumblefacefoto

May 18 to June 5, 2022
Hallway Galleries, 2nd and 3rd Floors, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto
part of the 2022 Contact Photography Festival

Featuring 24 Artists, all members of Gallery 44 Centre of Contemporary Photography:
Adrian Amaricucai, Ana Šašić, Bessy Lustiva-Espina, Brian Hart, Dan Dodds, Danielle Goshay, Daphne Boxill, Dave Shuken, David Scriven, Ed McDonough, Fred Lum, Huw Morgan, Ismayil Atmaca, Ivan Rupes, Katherine Childs, Kye Marshall, Lilianne Schneider, Linda Briskin, Monica Gupta, Nascipio Filho, Patrice Carmichael, Richelle Forsey, Ross Stockwell, Shaney Herrmann
Layout Curation by Holly Chang
Details: Talks & Tours May 21, 11AM (2nd Floor) and 1PM (3rd Floor)

May 18 – Sept. 2022
How to Remember for the Future
part of the 2022 Contact Photography Festival
Gratitude Hall in the Humber College North Campus
Details about the campus-wide installation can be found on the Contact website

Launches September, 2022
How to Draw a Tree
With Dawn Matheson
Details: TBA


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