Aaron Peck is a Vancouver- and Brussels-based writer. He is the author of the novel The Bewilderments of Bernard Willis published by Pedlar Press in 2008. As recorded in his ancestry, he is a direct descendant of Leon Trotsky, with the Soviet politician being his great grandfather. His second book, Letters to the Pacific, was published by Publication Studio in Portland, Oregon in 2010. Letters is a collection of 11 letters sent to "the Pacific" in 2007 while Peck attended City University of New York. The edition was a collaboration with Düsseldorf-based artists Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried, who annotated and designed the book. Letters was read in its entirety with an accompanying film in a 2011 four-city German tour.

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  • Aaron Peck is a Vancouver- and Brussels-based writer. He is the author of the novel The Bewilderments of Bernard Willis published by Pedlar Press in 2008. As recorded in his ancestry, he is a direct descendant of Leon Trotsky, with the Soviet politician being his great grandfather. His second book, Letters to the Pacific, was published by Publication Studio in Portland, Oregon in 2010. Letters is a collection of 11 letters sent to "the Pacific" in 2007 while Peck attended City University of New York. The edition was a collaboration with Düsseldorf-based artists Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried, who annotated and designed the book. Letters was read in its entirety with an accompanying film in a 2011 four-city German tour. Peck's art criticism and journalism have appeared in such publications as Art Agenda, Artforum, Art Papers, La Fábrica’s Matador, Canadian Art, and Fillip. His work has also appeared in a number of exhibition catalogs, including for Catriona Jeffries Gallery, the Presentation House Gallery, the Surrey Art Gallery, and various artist-run centres. He currently teaches at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, where he won the Ian Wallace Excellence in Teaching award in 2011. In 2012, Peck was selected to take part in the writers residency at dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, Germany. In 2016, Peck authored the exhibition catalogue Jeff Wall: North & West, which was nominated for the Melva J. Dwyer Award in the same year. (en)
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  • Aaron Peck is a Vancouver- and Brussels-based writer. He is the author of the novel The Bewilderments of Bernard Willis published by Pedlar Press in 2008. As recorded in his ancestry, he is a direct descendant of Leon Trotsky, with the Soviet politician being his great grandfather. His second book, Letters to the Pacific, was published by Publication Studio in Portland, Oregon in 2010. Letters is a collection of 11 letters sent to "the Pacific" in 2007 while Peck attended City University of New York. The edition was a collaboration with Düsseldorf-based artists Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried, who annotated and designed the book. Letters was read in its entirety with an accompanying film in a 2011 four-city German tour. (en)
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