Hazel Meyer is an artist and sports enthusiast based in Toronto, Canada. Committed to both a socially engaged and material-based practice she negotiates these primarily through creating installations that become environments for performance, workshops and amateur athletics. She has a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal, an MFA from OCAD University in Toronto. Recent exhibitions include Shclaegermusik, with Annesley Black for Zukunftsmusik in Stuttgart, Walls to the Ball, at Struts Gallery in Sackville and Peterborough and All Hands on the Archive: An Audience of Enablers Cannot Fail, with Logan McDonald at F.A.G. in Toronto. Upcoming projects involve taking Walls to the Ball to St. John’s and Saskatoon, exhibiting What I talk About When I Talk About Weaving at WARC, Toronto and a forthcoming graphic novel Pattern Slander: A Semiautobiographical account of disease, shit and repeat-patterns.
Hazel’s website is www.hazelmeyer.com