EXHIBITION: The Order of ThingsApril 24, 2014 - May 31, 2014
TYPOLOGY presents our spring exhibition, THE ORDER OF THINGS or, The Second Conference of the International Network of Personal Relationships (INPR). This exhibition features new and recent work by Leif Low-Beer (Toronto/Brooklyn), an artist who engages in a playful reordering of ideas, images, and expectations through the use of constructed, multi-part, and/or recombined compositions of drawings, collages, assemblages, and sculptural tableaux. The Order of Things is Low-Beer’s first solo exhibition in Canada.
Evincing a keen interest in the mark of the hand, the relationships between objects in space, and the active engagement of the viewer, Low-Beer’s work is an exploration of psycho-spatial potential, graphing social tensions and internal enigmas that often exist as an underlying narrative layer. However, Low-Beer seeks to transcend fixed ideas or story lines in his work, preferring to create opportunities for meaning that can evolve and expand over time.
A full-colour exhibition catalogue featuring an original curatorial essay will accompany the show, as well as an affordable limited edition print produced in collaboration with the artist. A series of events including a catalogue launch, artist’s Q+A, and kid-friendly sculpture workshop will also be produced in conjunction with the exhibition. Check back for event dates and information, or subscribe to our blog for updates and invitations.
Critical Distance Centre for Curators (CDCC) was founded in 2013 under our former name, TYPOLOGY. Established as a not-for-profit space devoted to curatorial and artistic experimentation, we devoted our first three years to providing opportunities for curators and artists to mount fully realized exhibitions within a critical framework. In 2016, we relaunched under our new name (CDCC) with a new Board of Directors and a commitment to meet the need, voiced by local and national curators, for a truly vital curatorial community—one that both supports emerging and underrepresented curators, and advances curatorial practice and inquiry. The Order of Things or, The Second Conference of the International Network of Personal Relationships (INPR), took place in CDCC’s exhibition space in 2014 under our former name, TYPOLOGY, and was curated by CDCC’s Founding Director, Shani K Parsons.
THE ORDER OF THINGS
or, The Second Conference of the International Network of Personal Relationships (INPR)
April 24, 2014 — May 31, 2014
Public opening reception: Thursday, April 24th from 7–9 pm
Opening the same night will be Koffler Gallery’s next exhibition featuring Adad Hannah — enjoy two contemporary art events at Artscape Youngplace this evening!
180 Shaw Street, No. 302, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5
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