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Saturday, April 2nd // Opening Reception // 7pm - 11pm
April 2nd to April 16th 2011 // Fridays & Saturdays // 12pm - 5pm // By appointment

 

 

Jen Aitken, Ryan Amadore and Jeremy Green's new works consider the relations between natural and synthetic materials offering a sincere and obsessive exploration of these resources. All of these sculptural works function as pleasurable objects and loaded symbols with varied aesthetic, material and conceptual concerns, yet sharing a desire for both visceral experience and cerebral expansion.

Jen Aitken lives and works in Toronto. She has recently shown at the Trench Gallery and attended a residency at the Banff Center with Geoffrey Farmer: Theater of Erosion or I Hate Work that is Not a Play. She received a BFA from ECUAD in 2010.

Ryan Amadore lives and works in Vancouver. He has recently attended a residency at the Banff Center with Silke Otto-Knapp: Figure in a Mountain Landscape. He received a BFA from ECUAD in 2009.

Jeremy Green lives and works in Vancouver. He has recently shown at Clark & Faria and the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, and attended a residency at the Banff Center with Silke Otto-Knapp: Figure in a Mountain Landscape. He received a BFA from ECUAD in 2009.

Catalogue:

Press Release, Images, Interviews and Writing by Sean Weisgerber: Download PDF



Exhibition Video:
Western Eyes:
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly;
or Fetish?

 

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Photos: Scott Massey

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