Art on the Screens: Moving Slowly Through

Art on the Screens: Moving Slowly Through

Sky Fine Foods presents Moving Slowly Through, an exhibition featuring Claire Scherzinger, Amanda Amour-Lynx, Olivia McGilChrist, Diana Lynn VanderMeulen, Anna Eyler + Nicolas Lapointe, Sabrina Ratte, and Chris Dorland.

We invite you to meet with us in a collective experience of watching and reflecting.

We move through the world, through time and space. Pace, trajectory and direction always differing yet interconnected. Informed by ancestral connections; what has been, and what is propelled into the looming potential of futures.

A journey through landscapes, memories, place politics, and ancestral connections to land leads us through otherworldly grounds. Landscapes imagined, modelled, constructed, interrupted, glitched; speculative ecologies offered as stark reminders to consider alternatives perspectives in the face of our environmental decay.

Depicting journeys through landscapes and introspection, the artists world-build in combinations of animation, video and film, using new techniques such as 3D modelling and motion graphics. The artists speculate on futures imagined, while leaning on personal connections to land and community.

Monday, July 26, 2021 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Monday, August 16, 2021 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Free Event
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City of Mississauga Public Art Program

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