Keith Wallace, “Laiwan and Lori Freedman: Uniting Visual Art and Music -  art in the body, the body in art"”, MusicWorks #94, Spring 2006, Toronto, pp. 24-31



Comment taquiner le millénaire?” Christine Ross, Le Devoir, Montréal,  21 April, 2001, p. C9



DUET” by Nelson Henricks, YYZine, YYZ Gallery, Toronto, April 2006

"Has anyone seen Chipper Mah from Summer Afternoon?" by Kevin Griffin, The Vancouver Sun, March 10, 2015


Exploring the issue of improvisation” by Robert Amos, The Times Colonist, Victoria, February 28, 2002


A waterfall of sight and sound” by Meg Walker, Monday Magazine, Victoria, BC. February 28-March 6, 2002, Volume 8, issue 9


Review of Kiss by Ivan Jurakic, Lola Magazine, Toronto, Fall 2001, pg.79


Review of Da Bao by Miraim Nadar, Canadian Art , June 7, 2012

LINKED ARTICLE

Artists-in-Residence at UBC by Gregory Elgstrand — “Artist-in-residence programs hold terrific potential to generate new approaches to collective knowledge production as distinctive as the art they produce. UBC’s interdisciplinary academic culture has proven an ideal environment for attracting artists working across all manner of disciplines to participate in artist residencies for the benefit of artist, scholars and students. Vancouver artist Laiwan is presently winding down a residency on campus with the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science as Vancouver artist Holly Schmidt’s residency with the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is in nascent form. […][Outdoor Art at UBC Bulletin Fall/Winter 2018]


LINKED REVIEW

“Works by Laiwan and Ryan Peter part of Vancouver's latest Coastal City public art installations” by Amanda Siebert on June 14th, 2016

Launched on May 16, the Coastal City series will see new works appearing on a monthly basis through October.

Barnacle City, one of the works presented earlier this week, was created by interdisciplinary artist Laiwan. 


Queer Arts Festival extending its reach, drawing top talent” by Dana Gee, The Province newspaper, July 22, 2014


Queering The International speaks to love, hate around the world by Robin Laurence, The Georgia Straight, July 31, 2014

“Photo Flashback is refreshing” by Robin Laurence, The Georgia Straight, February 8, 2012, pg 43




Feminist Art provides more than a flashback” by Robin Laurence, The Georgia Straight, March 18, 2004


The Artist As Curator” by Robin Laurence, The Georgia Straight, March 18, 2004, pg 61


Transit Information: A Review of Laiwan’s ETHOS” by Jessica Molčan, blog post, October 2, 2010


(Be)Longing” by Alice Jim, Fuse Magazine, Toronto, Vol 20 #2, Spring 1997