Nick Novak Fellow: Michelle Forsyth
In this moment, there is no sound
October 29, 2021 – December 18, 2021
The recent photographs of Michelle Forsyth document her performative engagement with objects made and collected during the pandemic. The works chosen for this exhibition form a meditation on her time spent alone.
Sadko Hadzihasanovic and Libby Hague
Over the Horizon
September 10, 2021 – October 23, 2021
'Over the Horizon', features artwork by Sadko Hadzihasanovic and Libby Hague, bringing together two different approaches to large-scale printmaking while exploring themes of storytelling and collectivity, violence and peace.
Kotama Bouabane, Meaghan Hyckie, Luke Painter and Annie Wong
Visiting Artists’ Residency Exhibition
October 16, 2020 – November 14, 2020
Each year Open Studio selects four professional artists with or without printmaking experience to create traditional and/or experimental works in the print medium of their choice, working collaboratively with a print media artist.
September 4, 2020 – October 3, 2020
Richard Sewell co-founded Open Studio. 'wHerOccurence' features a variety of artworks Sewell refers to as ‘occurrences’, embracing the possibilities of mixing print with different media, including sculpture and installation.
Ningiukulu Teevee, Saimaiyu Akesuk and Ooloosie Saila
Where She Lives
March 20, 2020 – May 9, 2020
'Where She Lives' presents a collection of print work by Ningiukulu Teevee, Saimaiyu Akesuk and Ooloosie Saila showcasing their interpretations of landscapes, wildlife and everyday ephemera.
February 14, 2020 – March 14, 2020
In 'Afterdark', Agata Derda focuses on the exploration of interpersonal dynamics. In her prints, Derda substitutes human forms with modified vegetation or manmade objects that are staged in ambiguous, foreboding landscapes.
Le e dans l’o de mon cœur / When (i) draw my own lines—performing the substrate.
October 18, 2019 – November 16, 2019
'In Le e dans l’o de mon cœur...' Pascaline Knight uses the Cahier Canada notebook to challenge the ideas of self, extracting it from its original purpose, and playing with its scale and format to reveal the uncanny.