REFLECTIONS ON MY SKIN
Information on the activity
Exhibition / Exposition: March 3rd - 7th
Vernissage: March 6th 6-9pm
Reflections On My Skin surveys a landscape of flesh, figure and form dissected by society. In a world where every last curve, crease and crevice on the human body is scrutinized, it is easy to get lost in a dizzying narrative of criticism and judgement. This interdisciplinary exhibition uses the artists’ diverse lived experiences to delve into the ways that human bodies, gender, and sexuality are socially constructed. Through a wide range of materials, the artists in Reflections On My Skin explore varied representations of body and form, visceral reactions to the notion of flesh, providing many different points of entry into an expansive subject. In doing so, they give new meanings to the concept of the gender binary.
Artists / Artistes:
Justine Bellefeuille / Pulpeux
Tatianna Diamantoupoulou / Conversation with a Potato
Isabel Gelfand / The Feminist Futurist Manifesto
Jay Krakower / Jamie / My Relationship As You See It
William Normand- Robichaud / Vir
Nickle Peace-Williams / Flourish: Seeds and Needs
Laurène Smith / Objecthood
Emma Vogt / It’s A Girl?
Exhibition Facilitator: Jennifer Jack