Oct 24, 2019 – Currently gearing up for a two person show at United Contemporary in Toronto. I’ll be showing ceramic sculpture, paintings and video work alongside sculpture and large-scale textile work by Meghan Price. Meghan and I share studios in Toronto and are occasional art collaborators. Originally brought together through our shared interest in geology, ideas around deep time and social engagement in geologic landscapes – we are excited to be showing work from our individual art practices in this two person exhibition entitled chromacore. The show runs Nov 7th to Dec 7th, Thur – Sat 12-6 pm, or by appointment.
UNITED CONTEMPORARY – 1444 Dupont Street Unit 22, Toronto, Canada. Gallery hours are
#Price/Nacha, studio collaboration, Union House Arts, 2019
August 30, 2019 – Just returned from an artist residency at Union House Arts in Port Union, Newfoundland. Equal parts historical restoration, contemporary art initiative and community outreach, the residency is housed in an historic building – part of the only ‘Union built’ town in North America. Located along the coast of the Bonavista Peninsula, the backdrop to this residency is one of spectacular coastal geology and (during my tenure) the second iteration of the Bonavista Biennale; a bi-annual contemporary art exhibition set in outport communities along the peninsula by Indigenous, Canadian and International artists. While in residence I spent time with Biennale artist and art collaborator Meghan Price, hiking the coastal geology and continuing to engage in ideas around scale in geologic landscapes; a part of our collaborative project debuting at YYZ in Toronto next fall (2020).
Thank you Union House Arts!