Stoneware sculpture floor installation in a speculative fiction consisting of an assemblage of missing entities, daisy chakras and tree stumps, waves resulting from instrumental flooding of stolen land. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Curated by Michelle Bunton, Curatorial Assistant, Artist Residencies and Sunny Kerr, Curator of Contemporary Art as part of the SUPERRADIANCE Exhibition and Dark Matter Playgroup Micro-Residency, Kingston, ON, 2021.
FILTER. A sort of kidney.
Top view of installation with sculptured ceramic objects including seven "Entities", nine tree stumps, eleven chakra daisies, one beak and over one hundred waves in white, grey and red stoneware clays, polychromatic treatment using underglazes, glazes and oil paints.
detail of CRACKED ENTITY, WAVES.
images courtesy of Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Parts (foreground) 2022 Petroleum Spinal 4 (background) in Moving Forward Looking Back exhibition at Modern Fuel ARC. (photo, Chris Miner)
A mixed media sculpture installation of ceramic structures, found furniture and automotive debris objects, silk screened text on clay, pods and kidneys, cast cement letters, toy ladder.
Verb Gallery, Kingston, 2019.
Left: Installation view
Right below: Silk Screen detail