Exhibition is installed … Opening Tomorrow!

I’ve had a great week in Toronto so far.

The exhibition installation has gone really smoothly, and Rochelle and Jessica have been so great to work with! It’s been delightful getting to know them, and working in the gallery.
It’s a really nice space, and it’s been really exciting to see the show take shape.
SO! Tomorrow’s the big day …
21st Century Nesting Practices opens Friday, February 1, at 7 pm.
I thought I’d give everyone a little sneak peek – I know there are some people out in the wide world that wanted to see the work, but weren’t able to make the trek to Toronto to do it …
a view of some of the work in the gallery ...

a view of some of the work in the gallery …

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some of the photographs: digital prints, archival, on 100% cotton paper

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Installation view of the video projection …

It’s a diverse show: photographs, gel transfers on birch panel, drawings, sculpture, video, and some of the limited-edition chapbooks that Catherine Owen and I created, called NEST {types} … showing some newly-made work here too … part of the ongoing development of this project that had its start during my residency at Harcourt House. Good to see this body of work grow and shift; I still learn something new from it every day … and find out a more about what I want to say too. The adventure continues …
Hope to see some of you tomorrow!

4 Comments

  1. Deanne says:

    Congratulations! I hope the opening went well. Looks like a great show.

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    • sydney says:

      Thanks Deanne! Yes, the opening went really well. It was a really great experience overall – great people to work with at the gallery, lovely space, and it all came together in the end. Phew!

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  2. drawandshoot says:

    It looks beautiful, Sydney. Congratulations! I’m hoping to get there before it comes down but I’m not sure when I’ll be in Toronto.

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    • sydney says:

      Thanks so much Karen! It was a lovely space to work in, and I’m really happy with how the whole thing looks, and seeing the new components integrated with work I’d already completed was exciting. Hope you do get a chance to see it – I’d love your feedback.

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