Far Away So Close: Part III
Alana Bartol, Mike Bourscheid and David Semeniuk
Curated by Kimberly Phillips
3-person exhibition and Water-Witching Workshop
Sept 12 - Oct 31, 2015
Read the exhibition essay here: http://accessgallery.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/FASCIII.pdf
Read a review of the workshop here: http://archive.sadmag.ca/news/2015/11/review-water-witching-with-alana-bartol/
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Far Away So Close is a series of exhibitions, publications, and events that explores the idea of distance, considers the bridging of distance as an ultimately quixotic gesture, and investigates the particular relationship of this gesture to art making. Presented over the course of 2014–15, each installment features emergent artists who draw upon a variety of modes, materials, and methodologies, and whose practices are scattered across the globe. Part III of Far Away So Close turns its attention to three artists – Alana Bartol, Mike Bourscheid, and David Semeniuk – who examine the elaborate proxies we invent in our attempt to capture, represent or claim an “authentic” natural experience.
- Kimberly Phillips
Access Gallery images: Alana Bartol and Ross Kelly
Workshop images by Emma Metcalfe-Hurst