Saturday, 6pm-7pm, October 21, prior to Opening Reception
Location: SNAP Gallery and Printshop, 10572 115 St. NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Accessibility info: https://snapartists.com/accessibility-at-snap/
Join exhibiting artist Neah Kelly for an artist talk, in conjunction with her exhibition Endlessly Unending!
Endlessly Unending is an exhibition that includes interactive artist books, an installation of paper sculptures, and a large-scale wall work that will combine to create an atypical playspace forming around an invented game. This show seeks to tempt the viewer into interaction using techniques such as connect-the-abstract-dots, paying attention, and handling objects, in the hopes that viewers will find their own piece to play with and become a part of the game.
Neah Kelly is an interdisciplinary artist based in Cumberland on Vancouver Island, whose practice incorporates printmaking, drawing, then recycling these prints into hand-sewn paper sculptures, installation, and bookbinding. Broadly, her work is concerned with the circuitous nature of creativity, and how endless iterations can be found and generated, explored and capitalised on through the use of constraints, rules, and an obsessive tenacity. She has exhibited widely across the U.S. and Canada, participating in group shows at Women Made Gallery (Chicago), Site: Brooklyn (New York), and IPCNY (New York). Recent activities include a solo show at Centre (Hamilton, ON) and two-person shows at Atelier Circulaire (Montreal, QC) and Martha Street Studio (Winnipeg, MB). She holds a BFA in Studio Art and Print Media from Concordia University (2014) and an MFA in Printmaking from Indiana University (2018).
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