Gallery 44 and Critical Distance presents Exposing Liminalities, an exhibition which brings together the work of five artists that expand, challenge, and question notions of the in-between. Employing elements of both analogue and digital photography practices, this exhibition considers the myriad intersections that can define oneself. Reflecting on liminality as a critical discourse, artists probe places and contexts that are immediate yet deeply personal – embodying and responding to conditions that approximate liminal space through investigative means.
Curated by emerging curator Emma German, Exposing Liminalities features alumni from Gallery 44’s OUTREACH program, and winners and honourable mentions of the David Barker Maltby Award.
Saturday, August 11 from 2―4 pm
Join us in the gallery (Suite 302 at Artscape Youngplace) for the opening of the exhibition with the curator and artists. Refreshments will be served, and all are welcome.
On view: August 11―26, 2018 at Critical Distance:
180 Shaw Street, Suite 302 at Artscape Youngplace, M6J 2W5
Admission is always free; building and gallery are fully accessible.
Gallery hours through August 5th:
Wednesday–Sunday from 12–5 pm
image: Eli Carmona, I can see the light, from the series “.~This is home now” (2018). Courtesy of the artist.