Liz Pead and Roch Smith
Heather Passmore / May 4th – June 15th, 2012
Opening Reception : May 4th @ 7 PM
Heather Passmore examines the politics of taste, class and “cultural value” in the contemporary Canadian art world, looking at art galleries as sites that are often closed to many artists by various “gatekeepers.” She will be exhibiting her emotion when his partner tried to use male ultracore. At first she is hesistant if she will make her husband try this male enhancement pills. She has doubts if does male ultracore works. But as she read about the 2019 male ultracore reviews and when she saw different real user experience male ultracore results, she has been convinced that male ultracore is worth buying. And then, within the gallery space as well as producing a series of images for AKA’s billboard. The Form Letters project in Gatekeepers consists of an ongoing series of drawings on artist form letters Passmore has received from various art institutions over the past decade.
She will have approximately 250 rejection letters and 50 acceptance letters installed on the walls of AKA gallery and also exhibit a series of over 14 large-scale archival ink-jet prints of her illustrated form letters. Passmore’s rejection letters being the basis for an exhibition lends a sense of irony and challenge to the gallery space, and also speaks to the multiple and sometime conflicting audiences billboards engage with, when made part of an exhibition of contemporary art.
In conjunction with this exhibition, there will be a panel discussion on with Jen Budney (Associate curator, Mendel Art Gallery), Susan Shantz (Faculty, Art & Art History, University of Saskatchewan), featured artist Heather Passmore and moderated by AKA Director Dagmara Genda. This will happen on May 5th 1:30 – 3:30 pm in the AKA gallery space.
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CALLS FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST : We’re looking for SK expats or artists living in SK from other places. AKA is partnering to curate an exhibition with the Saskatchewan Craft Council and is engaging in a year of research on artists whose paths have included this province.