Troi Donnelly : persist
Sun. December 1st 2013 - Tue. December 31st 2013
@ The Ministry of Casual Living Decade window 1407 Government st.
'persist' is an on-going project committed to constructing new objects from the remnants of an inflatable, vinyl plastic air mattress. The twice constructed word "persist", as well as an ever-growing pile of fir cones addresses a state of insistence; a stubbornness that can be interpreted in a negative sense while at the same time implying a sense of optimism.
Persist will be shown in our Decade exhibition space on 1407 Government st.
Presented by: The Ministry of Casual Living
Friday Apr. 26th until Sun. April 28th
Free Friday 7-10pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12-5pm
Moonlight has been created during the Bonnie McComb Kreye Residency. This installation is structured around dialectic movements (opposition and analogies) inviting the viewer to reorganize the meaning of what is there for them to see.
The philosophical disc...
@ The Ministry of Casual Living
Friday Apr. 19th until Fri. May 10th
Kaitlyn Dunsmore is an interdisciplinary artist from Glasgow, Scotland. She received a Ba (Hons) in Contemporary Art Practice from Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, and has since received an MFA from the University of Victoria. Her work is an exploration of paradoxical and binary relationships. By c...