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Virtual Backgrounds by Artists

Amalie Atkins

Remai Modern is excited to partner with artist Amalie Atkins to provide an inspired and totally unique way to liven up your next video chat. Click on the download links below, then right-click the video and select Save As” to download the custom videos or images and add them to your next online get-together!

VIDEOS


Download Dinner with Aunt Agatha


Download Slow Smoke


Download Twins

SUPPORT REMAI MODERN

Remai Modern is working hard to continue to connect audiences with art and provide moments of joy, calm and inspiration during these challenging times. We are also always trying to find new ways to support artists like Amalie Atkins. If you are able, we invite you to support Remai Modern and its mission through a membership purchase, donation or by visiting us when we reopen on August 13. Thanks to your support we can keep delivering art programs to people in our community and beyond.

SUPPORT REMAI MODERNAbout the Artist: Amalie Atkins is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Saskatoon. She creates cinematic fables through a combination of film, textiles, installations, performance, and photography, imprinting a fictional world onto to everyday life.

Atkins’ work has shown nationally and internationally most recently in London, UK; Vienna, Austria; Yerevan, Armenia, and New York City. In 2019, Remai Modern debuted The Diamond Eye Assembly, a series of three 16-mm films. Her work may also be seen in the online exhibition, A maze of collapsing lines, curated by Tarin Dehod and is included in the recently published book, Making Believe by Magdalene Redekop. In celebration of the 97th birthday of Julie Philips and Joan Chorney, she has made her film Embrace available for public viewing with additional films available for professors by request.