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Current Issue: FALL 2017

REBUILD

EMILY PITTMAN

BRENDAN FERNANDES

RAVEN DAVIS

A Cadence for Unremembered Shades

Gallery 2
Artist Talk: Wed 1 November, 12 Noon
Nguyen offers, “In the past year, I have made a departure in my work to isolate and develop my fascination with the atmospheric effects possible in the craft of oil painting. The challenge and freedom of these works rests in the intuitive process in which they are made. My practical concern resides in the technical questions of layering, to create a resonating depth of color and light as varying states of emergence and submergence. It is my intention that these paintings function as image spaces for an ongoing practice of contemplation.”

Gallery 3
Artist Talk: Fri 29 September, 4:30PM
Doucette’s exhibition presents a new version of history, shedding light on our colonial past, reframing key figures and exposing false ideas. He offers, “My work stems from the hypothesis that historyis a lie that no one ever questions. Often artists were obligated to convey an official message, sometimes largely tainted by political motivations, thus evoking an incomplete version of the facts. This is certainly the case of the artists who represented the history of the Acadians in Canada. It is a history that is often a one-sided perspective from a Colonial British viewpoint which presented the Acadian population in terms of a problem that needed to be solved.”

Bio: Mario Doucette is an Acadian artist from Moncton, NB. He is a painter, but also works with video, digital animation, performance and Super8 film. He has been featured in many exhibitions in several Canadian museums and galleries, notably at Toronto’s ROM where he was a Sobey Art Award finalist in 2008. Generously supported by Canada Council for the Arts and Arts NS.