This event is free and open to the public

September 26, 7-9 pm,  Western Front, 303 8 Ave E, Vancouver



Please join us for the launch of four experimental audio zines edited by Vanessa Campbell, Stacey Ho, Sarah Moore and Dan Pon that respond, expand-on and incorporate elements of past Foreshore events. These works include sound pieces commissioned for The Foreshore by Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Lindsay Dobbin, Journée sans Culture, Laiwan, Justin Langlois, Cecily Nicholson, Kristina Lee Podesva, Carol Sawyer, and Jay White.


To celebrate and introduce these new works, Other Sights has partnered with Western Front, together we will host a captivating evening of discovery which includes:


Dedicated listening stations for each of the four audio zines


Archival images of False Creek and contemporary ephemera from the False Creek Flats


A traditional welcome and territorial acknowledgment by Musqueam elder Larry Grant. Grant will also share a Musqueam story chosen for its teachings to all peoples living in these territories and will discuss the philosophies embedded in hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓, the original language of the story.


Playful, mindful and ever-changing experiences and activities exploring the collective body will be facilitated by Luciana F. D’Anunciação


A book trade – event participants are encouraged to bring a book to trade, allowing them to share something wonderful and to refresh their own personal bookshelves as well.



Zine Creators: Vanessa Campbell, Stacey Ho, Sarah Moore, Dan Pon

Mixing and Sound Design: Pietro Sammarco

Additional Event Contributors: Larry Grant and Luciana F. D’Anunciação

Download The Foreshore Listens (after the September 26th launch) on:,, and iTunes.


Other Sights, Western Front, as well as all participating artists, storytellers and zinesters welcome you to be a part of The Foreshore Listens. 

We look forward to seeing you on the 26th!


The Foreshore Listens is produced by Other Sights for Artists’ Projects and coordinated by Other Sights Producer Jen Weih and co-presented by the Western Front. This project is supported by the British Columbia Arts Council, The City of Vancouver Public Art Program and the Canada Council for the Arts. Thanks also to Massy Books who is generously supporting the book exchange.

The Foreshore is produced by Other Sights, Contemporary Art Gallery and Access Gallery. The program was curated by Other Sights and Kimberly Phillips and coordinated by Jen Weih.



image credit: An unregulated public makes inconvenient demands (GIF) Justin Langlois for The Foreshore, Other Sights @ Access Gallery, 2017