Homo-Home Migration /
Garth Amundson
Pierre Gour

Amundson and Gour have artistically collaborated for the last 29 years. Their work explores the perceptions surrounding the domestic sphere, immigration politics, and identity. They use collage and photo-scanning techniques to speak metaphorically about social and cultural construction. They are a team who insist on producing challenging work that provokes a response. Amundson holds an MFA from Syracuse University and Gour from the University of New Mexico. They both currently teach at Western Washington University in the Department of Art. Their work has been exhibited in South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and throughout North America. They have completed several residency programs, both independently and collaboratively; Sculpture Space in NY, Cimelice Castle near Prague, Fundación Valparaíso in Spain, Lademoen in Norway, and a Fulbright in Mexico. Recently they received a Rockefeller Foundation Residency Award and completed a residency at The Bellagio Center in the summer of 2014.


Immigration / Emigration 2015/2016




Bellingham, WA USA