Tag Archives: Natalie Shahinian

Resistance is Frozen

For the exhibit, “Architectures of the Body and the Built Environment: Impressions, Sensations and Expressions” at Galerie Pierre Léon Alliance Francaise, Toronto, January 11–February 4, 2017, Canadian sculptor W. Hung includes seven sculptures with heightened physical and metaphorical contrast: using “severe” architectural materials – steel, concrete, marble etc., – alongside expressive, polymer figures. With the differences in structures of forms …

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Extremely Minimal

There is nothing special about Canadian interdisciplinary artist, Lee Henderson’s installation, Known Effects of Lightning on the Body (2014). Nothing particularly remarkable enough for it to be included in the group exhibit “Weight of Light,” curated by Darryn Doull as part of his University of Toronto Curatorial Studies MVS-degree requirement. Nothing a to-be-curator grad would feel necessary to show now, …

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