Pharmakon (I bare my own opposite)
       
     
  Fallen birch, whitefish scales, porcelain, glue, glass, wax   Exhibited:   Art Gallery of Alberta, Monstrous Baroque Refinery, curated by   Kristen Hutchinson and Jennifer Forsyth,   November 2012    http://www.youraga.ca/refinery-programming/    http://www.vueweekly.com/the_monstrous_baroque/
       
     
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Pharmakon (I bare my own opposite)
       
     
Pharmakon (I bare my own opposite)

Pharmakon (I bare my own opposite) was installed over three floors in the Art Gallery of Alberta grand stairway in response to the architecture of the building and included glass threads linking space between the floors. The steps contained installed porcelain forms, and this growth/decay was echoed with collected fallen birch, examining the more psychological charged nature of place.

  Fallen birch, whitefish scales, porcelain, glue, glass, wax   Exhibited:   Art Gallery of Alberta, Monstrous Baroque Refinery, curated by   Kristen Hutchinson and Jennifer Forsyth,   November 2012    http://www.youraga.ca/refinery-programming/    http://www.vueweekly.com/the_monstrous_baroque/
       
     

Fallen birch, whitefish scales, porcelain, glue, glass, wax

Exhibited:

Art Gallery of Alberta, Monstrous Baroque Refinery, curated by Kristen Hutchinson and Jennifer Forsyth, November 2012

http://www.youraga.ca/refinery-programming/

http://www.vueweekly.com/the_monstrous_baroque/

IMG_3730.jpg
       
     
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IMG_3710.jpg
       
     
IMG_3713.jpg
       
     
IMG_3715.jpg
       
     
IMG_3716.jpg