The bold, colourful prints of Saimaiyu Akesuk, a recent artist member at the Kinngait Cooperative in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, recall the archetypal work of her Elders, but remain uniquely her own. Curated by Dr. Nancy Campbell.
SPEAK FREELY is composed of light and shadow filtered through digitally produced papercuts, a cacophony of gestures and symbols that imitate sharing and appropriation across traditions, beliefs and practices.
Walter Procska’s prints are filled with shapes that are strongly mathematical. Many of his lines fight to be straight, to find the shortest distance between two points.
Pudy Tong’s art practice draws on elements from journalism as the subject through which our experience of contemporary, media-saturated society is refracted, re-interpreted and re-imagined.