Fri. February 26th 2010 - Tue. May 4th 2010
An installation of objects exploring themes of nostalgia and hand-made versus mass produced. The objects are created from left-over craft and home project materials saved from destruction by combining them into hand-made, hand-sized preserves. The intimate sizes and tactile materials make the viewer want to touch them. In contrast the objects are attached to mass-produced kitschy plaques and pennants that are designed to produce an artificial feeling of nostalgia.
Presented by: The Ministry of Casual Living
Tuesday Nov. 6th until Tue. November 27th
Busy Town 2018
Panoramic inkjet print on vinyl
3' X 7'
In 2015, I moved to Victoria, BC, from Banff National Park. While living in Banff, an area that attracts over 3 million visitors per year, my interest in tourism was sparked by these incredible numbers. I find the millions...
Friday Nov. 23rd until Sun. November 25th
Free Fri 7-10pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12-5pm
Opening - Friday, November 23, 2018, 7-10pm
Viewing - Sat, Nov 24 and Sun, Nov 25, 12-5pm
Ministry of Casual Living, Devonshire Studio Gallery
858 Devonshire Road, Esquimalt Industrial Park
Featuring new work by Matthis Grunsky, Imperfect Parallels explo...
@ The Ministry of Casual Living