October 25, 2013
Contact: Frank Murray, 542-4835
Gruesome? Not at all. The Destruction and Deconstruction art exhibit will feature weapons, blood, death, and destruction. But not everything is what it first appears to be.
Artists Marcus Durkheim and Kate Vrijmoet play on the notions of expectations and perceptions of violence, physically dismantling their subjects and altering the way we view them. The exhibit runs November 4 - December 5 in Esvelt Gallery at CBC.
Durkheim, based in California, is known internationally having shown in Hungary, Spain, and Finland. This selection of work deals with perceptions of guns, grenades, and spy planes, along with household items such as shoes and food which he deconstructs by visually taking the objects apart then reconstructs them into a different image altogether.
Vrijmoet, based in Seattle, is a painter whose Accident series features a hapless subject in
a set of unfortunate and grim accidents. The figure's unawareness and caught-in-the-moment sensation gives the scenario humor.
Gallery hours are 8 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Friday.
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