Join exhibiting artist Callum McKenzie for an online artist talk, in conjunction with their exhibition How Could I Know If No One Ever Told Me on Tuesday October 3rd 2023 from 6-7:30PM MDT (Edmonton time). This will be an online talk through Zoom – Please register below.
How Could I Know If No One Ever Told Me explores the frustrating and often ambiguous dysphoria of navigating the world as a queer ADHDer. This exhibition seeks to create an outlet for this dysphoria while holding space to embrace the confusion, contradictions and euphoria inherent in the neurodivergent queer experience.
Callum McKenzie (he/they) is an Edmonton-based emerging artist and printmaker. They earned their Bachelor of Design in Printmaking from the University of Alberta in 2022 and completed an Emerging Artist in Residence program at SNAP Gallery in 2023. Callum has a penchant for impulsively purchasing paper and figuring out what to do with it later. Their work draws on their experiences as a queer ADHDer and they explore themes of masking, grief and dysphoria through repetitive print-based practices. Callum has shown their work in a number of curated shows and exhibitions including Inner Space in FAB Gallery and Incidental Folds in SNAP Gallery.
Please register through the link below on Zoom, and you will receive the meeting link by email. If you do not receive an email with the link, please get in touch at [email protected] for assistance. Please register by October 3th at noon to ensure that you receive the meeting link.
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