Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

Self Portrait Design Project Exhibition

Self Portrait Design Project 2019

The Learning Zone Gallery presents a striking collection of self-portrait compositions created by OCAD U First Year Faculty Of Design GDES 1022: Colour and Two-Dimensional Design Project: Self Portrait.

Students were asked to create a self-portrait composition using their favourite colours then replicate it using their least favourite colours. Students explored colour palettes, with the application of 7 colours utilizing tints, tones and shades, working with separate colour and value ranges.

Self Portrait Design Project 2019Self Portrait Design Project 2019

Instructor Ramona Pavilionis’ class project will be up until December 18.

 

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11 2019

OCAD U Zine Library Presents : FREEDOM-HI! and Salam Wai : Resistance Beyond Borders

This exhibition captures the raw energy behind zines – self-published works from zine creators with unique perspectives and diverse voices. The DIY culture embodies freedom of expression unlimited to stories, poetry, drawings, collages, comics and perzines while delving head on into current and contemporary political issues.

Zines are artistic in nature driven by a do-it-yourself (DIY) ethos of handmade or photocopied; zines fit comfortably in an exhibition space as an artifact of voices with a growing urgency to be heard.

FREEDOM-HI! An Exhibition of Zines and Documentation from Hong Kong’s Civil Movements

 

Freedom-Hi! Atom C and Jason

Atom C and Jason Li from Zine Coop installed the Freedom-Hi! exhibition featuring zines and documentation from 2019 Hong Kong’s protests that began over the controversial extradition bill that could send Hong Kong residents to Mainland China to be tried in court.

The passing of this extradition bill, The Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019, would violate the constitutional principle “One Country, Two Systems” which the Chinese government had promised to uphold for 50 years following the handover of Hong Kong from Britain to China in 1997.

This situation, far from being resolved, has created uncertainties and unrests within Hong Kong which are reflected in this exhibition, and the introduction of new zines being added weekly present real time documentation and preservation.

Freedom-Hi! zines 2019

In response, this exhibition highlights and investigates the current social and political climate of Hong Kong. It offers a glimpse into DIY publishing as a vehicle for information dissemination, self expression and creative resistance.

Salam // Wai : Resistance Beyond Borders

 

Salam // Wai : Resistance Beyond Borders curated by Diaspora Express and Hong Kong Gong draws parallels between Salam// Wai : Resistance Beyond Borders and  Freedom-Hi! April 6, 2019 mark the start of pro-democracy protests in Sudan. A political crisis erupted since the removal of the long-serving ruler, Omar al-Bashir.

…how can we hold space for one another, when our own homes are under attack?

The curators seek to answer this question with bringing both the Sudan and Hong Kong community together with art, zines and family photos.

This is a scaled version of the exhibition that ran at Tea Base in August. A collection of art and zines from two communities sharing parallel experiences. On at the OCAD U Zine Library until October 7.

 

Salam // Wai: Resistance Beyond Borders zines

Download the  Salam//Wai Exhibition Statement by Diaspora Express and Hong Kong Gong

Zine Coop display 2019

Zine Coop logo

Zine Coop is an indie publishing artist collective that promotes zine culture in Hong Kong. It provides support on zine making and distribution, connecting artists with book fairs while serving as a bridge between distress and potential readers.

www.zinecoop.org / FB: zinecoop / IG: zine_coop

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09 2019

Salisa Jatuweerapong: How Do You Love The Storm?

Salisa Jatuweeapong, a third year Digital Futures major presents blown-up comic panels and process sketches from her most recent work, How Do You Love The Storm? a non-linear comic about deciding to love.

Cover art: Salisa Jatuweerapong

How Do You Love The Storm?

It’s about those summer storms in your childhood that disappear just as quickly as they come; about tornado-winds that tangle heartstrings till it’s all knotted yarn; about the hurricane’s overcast being scary, too scary, of a shadow for you to breath in. In less metaphorical terms: it’s about three teenagers on a storm-chasing road trip figuring out emotions as they go.

Comic panel : Salisa Jatuweerapong

Salisa got a lot of things she wants to do, and a lot of stories she wants to tell! Find her pretty much always yelling about these kids on Twitter (@salsaeatschips) or Instagram (@ica_agency).

On until September 30

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09 2019

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019Monsters and Clothing, featuring new works by OCAD U Illustration Students, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu.

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019

Come and see the unique character designs from the imagination of two OCAD illustration students, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu. Enter their world of wonderful monsters and creatures, and an array of extravagant and modern outfits. This exhibition also features a collaborative four piece painting of two giant monsters!

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019

On at the Learning Zone Gallery until March 2

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02 2019

“[click here to edit]” Exhibition

 

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An exhibition of works in progress (perpetual or otherwise) using all mediums. See unfinished sculptures, abandoned paintings, rough layout sketches and more, curated by Salisa Jatuweerapong.

Every artist has that work that they’ve lost inspiration for or simply ran out of time to do and never finished; this exhibition aims to shine a light on those neglected pieces. It’s a sort of ode to the constantly – travelling, fickle mind of the artist; the unconventional processes; the abandoned.

Within/Without Progress Scale: 2 by HollyJo

The exhibition also aims to explore the true concept of “finished”, and it’s finality – how does one decide that? Is an artist’s “unfinished” another viewer’s “finished”?

Fingerprints, "[Lack of] time" Progress Scale; 6 byMaryam Zaraimajin

Featuring artists: Petra Alexson, Gregorio, HollyJo, Jazmin Cordon-Ibanez, Salisa Jatuweerapong, Eunice Lai, Par Nair, Moira Ness, Em Ratkovsky, Mikhail SK, Janet Tran, Aghavni Vardanyan, Emilia Wilson, Maryam Zaraimajin.

On until January 21

Opening Reception

January 17

6:30 – 8:00 pm

 

 

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01 2019


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