Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.

Jordan Bennett

Bennett’s work is derived from a combination of observations and influences from historical and popular culture, new media, traditional craft, political issues, and his own cultural practices. Through the processes of sculpture, digital media, installation, endurance performance, sound installation and various others, he strives to push boundaries and play with the ideas of re-appropriation, reclamation,

Jordan Bennett

Bennett's ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of indigenous histories, stereotypes and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk.

Jordan Bennett selected for Signature Piece

IOTA is proud to announce that Jordan Bennett has been selected for the creation of a new signature public artwork for the Dartmouth Sportsplex, and IOTA is SO incredibly pleased to be a project partner. Follow us on all social media platforms @IOTAinstitute to see the art in progress! You can find out more about

Fruiting Bodies, VR Game by Ruth Marsh

Throughout 2021, Ruth Marsh will be developing and releasing an exploration video game titled “Fruiting Bodies” for VR (Virtual Reality) and PC (Personal Computers) that explores the idea of the human body as a virtual space.

Announcing IOTA: Gallery, a pop-up event

IOTA: Gallery is a pop up shop celebrating fourteen contemporary artists and two Halifax commercial art gallery on Saturday, June 6th, as one of the Credit Union pop-up events.

Artist Talk: Earthline Tattoo Collective

Earthline is hosted by IOTA for an artist talk to discuss the revival of Indigenous tattooing traditions and how it can revive artists’ ancestral traditions through the stories of others who have been working at reviving their own tattooing traditions.