Scale Curatorial Blurb | Rebecca Proppe

Scale has appeared as a most relevant topic in 2021. While COVID-19 has spread to almost every country on earth amid increased globalization and international travel, in many cases the scale of our own lives as individuals has shrunk dramatically. The artists in this year’s online…

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Scale & Minoan Miniatures | Rachel Dewan

One morning in the summer of 2015, an excavation team worked under the hot Cretan sun excavating a 3500 year old Minoan settlement known as Palaikastro. Suddenly, a burst of excited shouts and exclamations was heard across the site. Everyone rushed in the direction of the…

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Interview with Olivia Brouwer

Hi Olivia, thank you for being part of another T6 annual show! Thanks for including my work in this year’s show! I’m really excited to be sharing new work! Last year we were really interested in how your painting offered viewers a tactile experience. The work…

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LIMINAL

INTERSTICES BETWEEN AND BETWIXT The liminal as a concept was initially conceived by anthropologist Arnold Van Gennep (1873-1957) in 1909 to describe the in-between place of an individual in the middle of a rite of passage – not the person they were before, and yet not…

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Martin Everald Interview

Martin, you studied at OCAD from 2008 onwards, did you specialize in anything?My major is actually in advertising and my minor is in communications, which is basically graphic design and illustration. I always grew up doing art, and granted I was doing design too, but design…

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White Elephant

Curated by Marie Lambin-Gagnon, White Elephant is a poetic and visually dynamic performance, engaging with the expression of personal narrative through collective memory and the collection of bubble wrap. The sold-out second performance of White Elephant took place in the Centre for Social Innovation on Spadina…

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