Venue:  TBA
Time:  Ongoing
Category:  Streetscape + Installations
City of Origin:  St. Catharines
Price:  FREE

Snapshot:

Our skins float in ubiquitous spaces waiting to be reconstructed in organic substances below surfaces of biotic potential. The self is reaffirmed in an abundance of threads that keep us from floating in airy bubbles of silence.

About:

Judy Graham is a multi-media artist who has exhibited her work both nationally, internationally, and regionally. Most recently Judy participated in SUPERNOVA in Burlington, ON.

Judy is also a writer whose work has been published as exhibition essays and poetry. She is also the recipient of several awards and grants.

Currently, Judy teaches in the Visual Arts Department at Brock University. This site-specific installation of human hands and feet is meant as a temporary celebration of shared community.

Praise:

“With this multi-media installation ‘small’ the artist addresses issues of representation, where the life of the self is projected onto the life of the doll…”
Gillian MacKay, Globe and Mail