Sarah Kernohan, Dissipate 35, 2017, Pigment print on Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper, 47 x 38.8 cm (18.5 x 15.28 inch) framed.
I am excited to be participating in Plexus, a group show opening at DNA Artspace in London
This is my first exhibition in London since I was a high school student at Sir Frederick Banting S.S.
Here are the details:
DNA is pleased to announce our next exhibition, Plexus. We would like to invite you to celebrate with us on November 25th, from 7-10pm for the Opening Reception.
Exhibition Dates: November 25 - December 22, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, November 25, 7 to 10pm
Plexus involves over sixty contemporary artists from London, across Canada and internationally, who are in various stages of their careers. The premise of Plexus stems from a consideration of the material; graph paper, which is essentially a network of squares used to guide the process of writing or image making. We have invited over thirty artists to make a work in collaboration with a fellow artist of their choice, using a piece of graph paper. Our aim for Plexus is to highlight the ongoing support for our local network of artists, while extending the exposure of DNA outside of London, Ontario.
Featuring works by:
Abby Vincent (London, ON) / Lucas Cabral (Toronto, ON)
Adam Revington (London, ON) / Lina Viste Grønli (Cambridge, MA)
Brynn Higgins-Stirrup (Ann Arbour, MI) / Thea Yabut (Montreal, QC)
Christina Battle (London, ON) / Serena Lee (Toronto, ON)
Christine Negus (London, ON) / Katie Micak (Toronto, ON)
Danielle Brideau (Montreal, QC) / Tomas Boudreau (Montreal, QC)
David Merritt (London, ON) / Mark Stebbins (London, ON)
Faith Patrick (London, ON) / Matthew Ryan Smith (London, ON)
Grayson Richards (Toronto, ON) / Robert O'Halloran (Toronto, ON)
Jamie Q (Toronto, ON) / Michelle McGeean (Toronto, ON)
Jane Buyers (Elmira, ON) / Don Druick (Elmira, ON)
Jolie Bird (Calgary, AB) / Kasia Koralewska (Calgary, AB)
Juanita Lee Garcia (Toronto, ON) / Pete Smith (Toronto, ON)
Kelly Jazvac (London, ON) / Patrick Howlett (London, ON) / Zoë Mpeletzikas (London, ON)
Kyla Brown (Toronto, ON) / Rachna Contractor (Toronto, ON)
Lili Huston-Herterich (Toronto, ON) / Chris Barless (Toronto, ON)
Liza Eurich (London, ON) / Joy Walker (Toronto, ON)
Mackenzie Kelly-Frère (Calgary, ON) / Heather Huston (Calgary, ON)
Mack Ludlow (London, ON) / Dylan Macaulay (Toronto, ON)
Mark Clintberg (Calgary, AB) / Sondra Meszaros (Calgary, AB)
Mike Pszczonak (London, ON) / James Gardner (Toronto, ON)
Neil Klassen (London, ON) / Al Klassen (Port Rowan, ON)
Niloufar Salimi (Toronto, ON) /Alexander Irving (Toronto, ON)
Owen Marshall (Toronto, ON) / Luke Van Heerwaarden (Toronto, ON)
Parker Branch (London, ON) / Eryn Foster (Halifax, NS)
Quinn Smallboy (London, ON) / Marshall Stonefish (London, ON)
Rima Sater (London, ON) / Alaa Sater (London, ON)
Sarah Kernohan (Kitchener-Waterloo, ON) / Dan Rocca (Toronto, ON)
Sarah Munro (London, ON) / Claire Bartleman (London, ON)
Stephen Mueller (Toronto, ON) / Julie Hall (Windsor, ON)
Tegan Moore (London, ON) / Magnhild Øen Nordahl (Bergen, NO)
Tyler Clark Burke (Toronto, ON) / Hugo Stewart (Toronto, ON)
Tyler Los-Jones (Canmore, AB) / Susan Clarahan (Canmore, AB)
Each of the works will be for sale at a set price of $175. A portion of the proceeds from each work will go to the DNA Bookshop (towards hosting bookshop related events and sourcing artists' publications/multiples).
Opening Reception — Waterloo, ON
Sunday, August 23rd
59 Euclid Avenue, Waterloo
Sunday, August 23rd, 3-10pm
704 Highland Avenue, Oak Park, IL
The 2nd Terrain Biennial is an international exhibition of site specific art made for front yards, balconies and porches. Centered in the historic village of Oak Park, Illinois, the Biennial will open on Sunday, August 23rd and run until September 30th, 2015. Terrain Exhibitions first opened in 2011 and is committed to producing spontaneous interactions between the viewers and artworks by creating opportunities for artists to make site responsive installations that redefine the definition of public art. In a massive expansion for the 2nd Biennial, Terrain has reached out to sites all across the country as well as internationally. This year, the Biennial will include cities in Illinois near Oak Park--Chicago, Riverside, River Forest and Morris as well as traversing states and countries such as Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Memphis and Knoxville Tennessee; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Ashville, North Carolina; Dallas Texas; Oakland and Los Angeles, California; Viborg, Denmark; Ontario, Canada and Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Over 72 artists and 2 collectives are participating in these international site interventions. An interactive website will provide access to information, documentation and additional events for all sites. The 2nd Terrain Biennial is supported by a 2014 Propeller Fund Grant, the Guggenheim Foundation and a community supported Hatchfund Campaign.
Opening reception and performances will be held on August 23 from 3-10PM @ 704 Highland Ave, Oak Park, IL: Performers include Aram Han, Sarah Beth Woods and Tracers; True Touch Spa/ Rachel Ellison; Fatimata Traore; Holly Rae Harell; Caleb Yono; Allie Zuckerman; Bodice Cobra Philharmonia with Bruce Neal, Sean DeSantis, Matt Silcock, Catie Olson and EC Brown and DJ dance event by Chances Dances. Interviews with participants will be conducted by Bad at Sports throughout the day.
Participating curators include: Jacqueline Chao, Matt Morris, Allison Peters- Quinn, Shannon Stratton, Jason Foumberg, Neysa Page- Lieberman, Karsten Lund, Alexandra Ergabu, Richard Holland, Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Scott Hunter, Tom Burtonwood, Claudine Ise, Tony Tasset and Judy Legerwood, Danny Orendorf, Anne Harris, Melissa Potter, Teresa Silva, Cecelia Vargus, Julia Klein, Lorelei Stewart, Leslie Baum, Caroline Picard, Allison Glenn, Karen Azarnia, Melissa Potter, Tricia Van Eck, Industry of the Ordinary, Joanne Anno, MIchelle Grabner, T.J.Donovan, Ron Laboray, Joel Parsons, Sara-Jayne Parsons, Cara Megan Lewis, Mary Anna Pomonis, Angela Bryant, Maria Porges, Matias Viegener, Lise Baggesen, Lauren D. Weinberg, Chelsea Middendorf.
Participating artists include: Aram Han, Emily Hermant, Sarah Beth Woods, Carmel Buckley, Robert Bernier, Aay Preston Myint, Vincent Uribe, Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford, Lisa Boumstein-Smalley /Geoff Smalley, Erin Toale, Alex Chitty, Fereshteh Toosi, Danny Giles, Faheem Majeed, Susy Giles, Sonnenzimmer, Noelle Allen, Karen Gubitz, Margot McMahan, Bernard Williams, Kate McQuillen, Edra Soto, Bobbi Meier, Pamela Fraser, Timothy Brown, Maria Ivanova, Heather Buechler, Amy Leners, Hannah King, Liz Isakson Dado, Maggie Puckett, Jillian Bruschera, Eden Unluata, Andreja Dugandzic, Victoria Martinez, Stephanie Graham, Nora Maité Nieves, Laura Davis, Allison Wade, David Bodhi Boylan, Esau McGhee, Katy Kirbach, Jim Duignan, Sarah Mallin, Moises Salazar, Luftwerk, E.J.Hill, Danielle Chenette, Kate Ingold, Paul Druecke, Daviel Shy, Nora Hartlaub, Alyssa Hawkins, Devin Balera, Josh Story, Corrina Ray, Terri Jones, Justin Bowles, Lindsay Breidenback, Melissa Dunn, Between Worlds Collaborative, Greely Myatt, John Payne, Terri Phillips, Joey Cannizzaro, Alyssa Hawkins, Alejandro Figueredo Diaz-Perera, June Diamond, Regina Mamou, Ann Murphy, Kirsten Leenaars, Iris Burnblum, Yevette Brackman, Jessica Taylor Caponigro, Sam Jaffe, Sarah Kernohan and the Cambodian Trash Talk Collective.
Opening reception: Saturday, July 18 from 3-5pm
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Featuring: Amanda Marie Abrahams, Gabriela Avila-Yiptong, Katie Bruce, Andree-Anne Carrier, Olivier De Serres, Laura Demers, Jérémie Deschamps-Bussières, David Doody, Hannah Doucet, Myriam Fauteux, Christyna Fortin, Karine Fréchette, Iris Fryer, Angela Henderson, Edgar R. Hernández, Sean Huang, Sophie Madeleine Jaillet, Sarah Kernohan, Marc Knowles, Claudie Landry, Frédéric Laurin, Liz Little, Mary Ma, T.J. Mclachlan, Natalie Nadeau, Francesca Pang, Christos Pantieras, John Patterson, Jane Popowich, Jared Prince, Dayna Riemland, Marie France Robichaud, Simone Sciascetti, Carrie Smith, Denise Smith, Jeremie St-Pierre, Jason Stovall, Mariane Stratis, Reka Szepesvari, Frances Thomas, Liz Toohey-Weise, Vickie Vainionpaa, Couzyn Van Heuvelen, Victoria Verge, Jacobo Zambrano
My next exhibition, Sift, will be up at UWAG alongside Liz Little's exhibition Small Worlds as part of MFA I at UWAG.
Opening reception ,Thursday April 9, 5 - 8 PM
UWAG - 263 Phillip St.
East Campus Hall 1239
Located behind University Shops Plaza
Use South Entrance across from Engineering 6
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 5 p.m.