SNAP invites members and guests for an opening reception and artist talk in conjunction with the exhibition My Story of Sublimation by Libby Hague on March 4, Saturday from 6-9PM.
This artist talk will be in-person with an online option through Zoom for remote accessibility. You do not need to register to attend the in-person artist talk and reception.
Artist Talk: 6-7PM Reception: 7-9PM Free and by drop-in | Masks are recommended | Drinks will be available
The gallery will be closed during the day until 6pm to prepare for the opening.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be photography and videography done at the gallery during this event.
In order to attend the artist talk virtually, please register for the Zoom component using the link below:
REGISTER FOR REMOTE ACCESS HERE
About the exhibition:
In sublimation, ice transforms directly into a gas: seeming to skip a step, it disappears. This work is about the mystery of changing states, of disappearing from one form and assuming another. It stretches the imagination as it tries to picture the other side of life.
Libby Hague, RCA, BFA (Honours), Concordia University, is a Toronto printmaker and a member of Open Studio. Her curiosity and inventiveness inform her hybrid practice of large, immersive print installations examining human and social relationships in our precarious world. Recent exhibitions include a retrospective, The past is never over, Art Gallery of Mississauga; Every Heart can Grow Bigger: make room, O.D.D. Gallery, Dawson, Yukon; On this Wondrous Sea, Karachi Biennale, Pakistan; Every Heart can Grow Bigger, Gallery Stratford; International Print Triennial, Krakow, Poland; Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt; Over the Horizon, Open Studio, Toronto and MOVEMENT Toronto<>Vienna. www.libbyhague.com
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