Friday, November 14, 2008

EXHIBITION: Disparate Unity & Tick, Tick, Tick…Tock at Harbourfront Centre (November 15- January 4)

Two craft-based exhibitions for you to check out as part of Winter programming the York Quay Centre at Harbourfront Centre. Both run November 15- January 4.

Patrycja Zwierzynska Blossom Ring -1
Patrycja Zwierzynska, Blossom Ring, Sterling silver and 22K gold leaf, 4cm x 3cm x 5cm, 2008. Image courtesy of Artist

Disparate Unity
An exhibition of work by Jewellery Studio artists-in-residence. The artist-in-residency programme celebrates and advocates diverse approaches to making. Conceptual concerns may differ but cohesion is achieved by virtue of these variances and the use of the body as site. Traditional and non-traditional materials are used, scale is challenged and ideas about jewellery's role in society are explored. Participating artists: Marina Babić, Suzanne Carlsen, Margaret Lim, Annie Tung and Patrycja Zwierzynska.



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k. nicol, little green house field. Photo credit: Sophie Bouy

Tick, Tick, Tick…Tock
k. nicol
(Ken), an artist and alumni of the Craft Studio at Harbourfront Centre, presents a solo exhibition where micro-objects create expanses used to define space. k. nicol's company name is metal slug. The word rather suits him—a slow moving creature. His process is methodical, laborious and time consuming. nicol collects clocks. Upon entering his workspace one is more conscious of the sound of ticking and less about being on time; clocks keep time but never dictate time. In nicol's own words, "A clock with time removed is simply a box that ticks." Curated by Melanie Egan.


York Quay Centre
235 Queens Quay West,
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5J 2G8

1 Comments:

Blogger The_Gnarled_Branch said...

Gerner would be proud.

nicely done Ken.

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