Insincere Comforts

Solo exhibition by Tamara Deedman

Identifying as a collector her entire life, Tamara documents the process, deconstruction, and liberation from what she describes as her Insincere Comforts. Tamara intends to recontextualize coping mechanisms, insecurities that come with learned behaviours and survival mechanisms. Through presenting her own coping mechanisms, She hopes to be able to create understanding, empathy and solidarity.

 

Biography

Tamara Deedman is an artist and educator based in Edmonton, Alberta. She received her BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in 2015. Her studio practise includes printmaking, drawing, installation and fibre with a heavy emphasis on photographic methods within the framework of printmaking. Her work focuses on concepts of memory, comfort, collection, and destruction.

 

Opening Reception: Friday, March 22, 7-9 pm.


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March 22, 2019 - April 27, 2019

MondayClosed

Tuesday12-6pm

Wednesday12-6pm

Thursday12-7pm

Friday12-5pm

Saturday12-5pm

SundayClosed