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January 19, 2016

Sara Cwynar, Eunice Luk, Virginia Lee Montgomery and Erica Prince: things you can’t unthink

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Virginia Lee Montgomery, Innovation Porthole (video still), 2014. HD video, 1:27 seconds on loop. Courtesy the artist.

Walter Phillips Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition things you can’t unthink, featuring four female artists, Sara Cwynar (New York City), Eunice Luk (Toronto), Virginia Lee Montgomery (New York City) and Erica Prince (New York City).

The exhibition speculates on conventional materials and making, emphasized through constellations of unusual and familiar objects. Curiously shaped ceramics, mirrored pools, former partitions from Yale University’s Particle Accelerator, and video coalesce in the space of the exhibition.

things you can’t unthink reflects the inconsistencies and contradictions of philosophical fields—new materialism and object-oriented ontology—which are still in flux. Works included speak to innovation, craft, history and science, as well the use of artistic materials—clay, paint, found objects and precious metals—and the ways in which they are employed in the making of artworks.

Read more here.

Exhibition events

Erica Prince artists’ talk
January 27

Opening
January 29

artBar with DJ KT
January 29

Haptic Mapping Workshop with Virginia Lee Montgomery
February 3

Drawn to Nature with Virginia Lee Montgomery
February 5

Upcoming

Rose, Dear
Nicole Kelly Westman
February 10–June 5

Opening: Rose, Dear
February 10

 

For more information:
[email protected] / banffcentre.ca/wpg / T +1 403 762 6821

 

things you can’t unthink at Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre

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