M.F.A., University of Western Ontario, 2005
AOCAD, Ontario College of Art and Design, (Sculpture and Installation), 2003
PARKER BRANCH is a collaborative project by Anna Madelska and Jason Hallows that operates out of a small storefront in London Ontario. Occupying a space between studio-based and curatorial practices, the material process is one of seeking out and conceptually tethering existing objects with minimal intervention. Found objects and ephemera are brought together through an associative logic and loose themes allow for a shifting focus to be placed on the space between the objects, rather than solely on the objects themselves.
HUNTER AND COOK, Summer 2011 issue. PARKER BRANCH Feature written by Christine Walde.
Palimpsest Magazine, Issue #2: Medicine, 2010. PARKER BRANCH artist work.
SYPHON, issue 1.3, 2010. PARKER BRANCH artist work.
Awards and Grants
London Arts Council CAIP Grant (2012)
London Arts Council CAIP Grant (2011)
Off-Site No.1, WWTWO, Montreal. 2012
Sediment, G Gallery, Toronto. 2012
(OVER), PARKER BRANCH, London. 2012
Judy Reeve, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2012
SPEED FLEX FIBRE FACE, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2011
PUPIL GAUGE, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2011
TIRED PIGEONS TUMBLE, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2011
Outside Context, James Buttrum and Son, Hamilton. 2011
LAURENTIAN, SIERRA, THE RUSHMORE, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2011
MUSCLE TOPS, PARKER BRANCH, London. 2011
Foundations of Visual Art