Odd Jobs
Sep
2
to Oct 28

Odd Jobs

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Odd Jobs
Arroniz Arte Contemporaneo
September 2 – October 28, 2017

Opening Reception: Saturday September 2, 2017, 12-3pm

My exhibition Odd Jobs opens at Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City this Saturday September 2nd and runs until October 28th. Concurrently, the gallery will be showing an exhibition of work by Moris in the front gallery. More info can be found here and images of the show can be found here.

Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo
Plaza Río de Janeiro 53
Colonia Roma, 06700
Mexico City
http://arroniz-arte.com/

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The Closer Together Things Are
Sep
14
to Oct 28

The Closer Together Things Are

The Closer Together Things Are
Curated by Shannon Anderson and Jay Wilson
University of Waterloo Art Gallery
September 14 – October 28, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday September 14, 2016, 5-8pm

My project Twofold will be shown as part of The Closer Together Things Are, a travelling exhibition that begins it's run at UWAG in Waterloo. A collaboration with Micah Lexier called Works, Works 1, Twice will also be included, alongside a collaboration between Lexier and Dave Dyment. Other artists in the show include Luke Painter, Chris Kline, Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky, Kathleen Hearn, Eve K. Tremblay and Laura Letinsky. The show opens on September 14th, from 5 to 8pm. More information can be found here.

This exhibition will be travelling across Canada throughout 2018:

     Owens Art Gallery, Sackville, NB, January 12 – February 21, 2018
     Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, NS, April 7 – May 27, 2018
     Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB, June 29 – September 2, 2018

University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG)
263 Philip Street
Waterloo, ON N2L 3W8
http://uwag.uwaterloo.ca/

 

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Flat -- launch of a new edition to benefit Paperhouse Studios
Feb
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Flat -- launch of a new edition to benefit Paperhouse Studios

'Flat' is a replica of a wholesale egg tray, meticulously rendered in handmade paper. Concerned with replicating not only the object but also its material composition, the work is a meditation on the underlying complexity of seemingly simple materials and is the result of an elaborate (and somewhat absurd) exercise in counterfeiting.

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