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Talk and tour by the exhibiting artists Karin Jones and Amy Malbeuf, followed by Opening Reception of the exhibition. Hear about the making of the Labour’s trace exhibition, including an introduction by the exhibition curator, Nan Capogna.
Free admission. Everyone welcome to attend.
Artist Tour & Talk: 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Opening Reception: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
About the exhibition:
Karin Jones and Amy Malbeuf bring to prominence cultural identities and histories through the objects they make by leveraging materials and concepts within a contemporary context. Jones, an artist of African descent living in Vancouver, and Malbeuf, a Métis artist based in Nova Scotia, work with traditional and contemporary materials and techniques that encourage discussions regarding labour, identity, cultural knowledge, and cultural legacies.
Above: Karin Jones, "Yoke", 2017 (detail). Steel, corn, sterling silver, brass, leather, handmade brass mount on wood panel. W 61 cm, H 122 cm, D 30.5 cm. Photo: Anthony McLean. Bottom - Amy Malbeuf, "heart", 2018, Ochre and bear grease on canvas tarp, Dimensions variable. Photo: Chelsea Yang-Smith.