CONCORDIA PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTIVE // TWO-PART SHOW RESIDUE // DU 14 AU 26 JANVIER 2020

The first exhibit of our TWO-PART show RESIDUE from Concordia Photo Collective.

« From the warmth that lingers after an encounter, to the microplastics in our saltshakers that were once a part of something greater, to the stickiness that anchors you to a significant other, RESIDUE is the human imprint left as we navigate our surroundings. It is our relationship with nature as well as with each other.
A heavy bombardment of selfishness, greed, desire, or yearning remains in the tools we use to create, leaving traces of identification, sometimes begging to be remembered. Other times, like the markings on a bullet that signify the owner of the violence inflicted, they beg to be anonymous.
RESIDUE calls for art to be reflexive, and generates statements about our contemporary image-making practice. It portrays work that reflects upon the inseparable bonds we have with our environment. It is about the “us” and how that remains as we leave and receive our mark. »

RESIDUE I – January 14-18, 2020
VERNISSAGE: January 18, 2020, 18h – 22h.

ARTISTS:

Chris Forsyth
Sophie Isabelle Kampf
Malachy Schwartz
Vân Thúy Lê
Maude Lauzière-Dumas
Pablo Pérez Diaz
Antoine Giroux

Join us for the SECOND exhibit of our TWO-PART show RESIDUE. From the warmth that lingers after an encounter, to the microplastics in our saltshakers that were once a part of something greater, to the stickiness that anchors you to a significant other, RESIDUE is the human imprint left as we navigate our surroundings. It is our relationship with nature as well as with each other.

A heavy bombardment of selfishness, greed, desire, or yearning remains in the tools we use to create, leaving traces of identification, sometimes begging to be remembered. Other times, like the markings on a bullet that signify the owner of the violence inflicted, they beg to be anonymous.

RESIDUE calls for art to be reflexive, and generates statements about our contemporary image-making practice. It portrays work that reflects upon the inseparable bonds we have with our environment. It is about the “us” and how that remains as we leave and receive our mark.

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