Carleton University Art Gallery CUAG

Meryl McMaster: Confluence (2016) SOLD OUT


Featuring essays by Gabrielle Moser and cheyanne turions, and an interview with Meryl McMaster by Heather Anderson

Co-published by Carleton University Art Gallery, The Rooms / Provincial Art Gallery Division, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, and University of Lethbridge Art Gallery

80 pages, illustrated, hard cover


cheyanne turions and Gabrielle Moser honoured with Curatorial Writing Awards (2000-5000 words category), 40th Annual Ontario Association of Art Galleries Awards

Published on the occasion of this first survey of Meryl McMaster’s work, Confluence features essays and an interview exploring the Ottawa artist’s stunning self-portraits selected from three major series: Wanderings, In-Between Worlds, and Ancestral. The intriguing, unbounded identities McMaster imagines and records with her camera posit subjectivity as fluid, always in process, and even opaque.