I Know What You Are But What Am I


Show Statement:

I Know What You Are But What Am I, explores the value, authority, and authenticity in the relationship between the original and the reproduction. Through their practices, artists Luke Van H, Owen Marshall and Cassie Paine position the “real” against the fabricated, calling into question the significance of each production method and the meanings these methods create.

 
DateThursday, November 22, 2018 - 6:00pm to Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 6:00pm

Phone

416-596-7538

Email

ignitegallery@ocadu.ca

Location

165 Augusta Ave

Show Statement:

I Know What You Are But What Am I explores the value, authority, and authenticity in the relationship between the original and the reproduction. Through their practices, artists Luke Van H, Owen Marshall and Cassie Paine position the “real” against the fabricated, calling into question the significance of each production method and the meanings these methods create.

 

Artists Bios:

Luke van H is a multi-disciplinary artist currently living in Toronto. Their current practice systematizes the painting process, creating delineations between image/idea generation and labour. The integration and separation of technology from everyday life is an ongoing interest in their work. Van H is currently completing their BFA at OCADU and is the 2018 recipient of the OCAD Project 31 Drawing and Painting Award.

Owen Marshall is a self-described interdisciplinary artist living and working in Toronto. His practice utilizes text and image to playfully call into question the authority of an artwork and the value of the original. Through hand-drawn reproduction techniques, Marshall explores the futility of a human attempt to perform a task normally designated to a machine and the inconsistencies and questions which arise from this action. He is currently completing a BFA in Printmaking at OCADU and is a gracious recipient of the Ada Slaight Scholarship.

Cassie Paine is a Sculpture and Installation Artist and Printmaker whose work reflects on the functional and authoritative role tools hold within our society. Her work investigates urban planning strategies, systems in place to control automotive and pedestrian traffic, and distinctions between public and private places. Paine holds a BFA with an honourable mention from OCAD University. She has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Windsor, ON, Toronto, ON, and Montreal, QC.

DateThursday, November 22, 2018 - 6:00pm to Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 6:00pm

Phone

416-596-7538

Email

ignitegallery@ocadu.ca

Website Location

165 Augusta Ave

Undergraduate students are invited to attend this information session to learn more about exchange opportunities and hear from students who participated in the program last year.
Please join us from 3:00pm - 5:00pm November 19th, 2018 in 205 Richmond St. West Room 420 for two Sabbatical Talks: "Working with Emotions in Architectural History" by Dr. Keith Bresnahan and "Traces and Talismans: Reflections on Witnessing and the Performing of Memory" by Dr. Dot Tuer.
An exhibition inspired by the OCAD University Drawing & Painting Trip to Awenda Provincial Park Opening reception: Thursday, November 22, 6 to 8 p.m.
An exhibition inspired by the OCAD University Drawing and Painting Trip to Awenda Provincial Park  Opening Reception: Thursday, November 22, 5-8pm
The Office of Research & Innovation presents a Research Rendezvous featuring the 2016/2017 recipient of OCAD U's Distinguished Research, Scholarship and Creativity Award,  Johanna Householder. This talk will cover research conducted for a project entitled "Holocene Days".  Coffee and light snacks will be served. 
Join us for a free performance and artist's talk by Ali Asgar
Brought to you by InterVarsity at OCAD U
Please join us for a discussion about Starting a Cooperative Work Space with experts, Samar Hejazi, Djuna Day and Frances Hahn on Wednesday, November 21st.  Akin founders Oliver Pauk and Michael Vickers will also be in attendance. 
Please join OCAD University's Public Visualization Lab for an evening with designer Freek Lomme. The talk will be followed by a Q & A.
Open life drawing session offered by the OCAD U Alumni Association
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Thursday, November 22, 2018 - 6:00pm to Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 6:00pm

Show Statement:

I Know What You Are But What Am I explores the value, authority, and authenticity in the relationship between the original and the reproduction. Through their practices, artists Luke Van H, Owen Marshall and Cassie Paine position the “real” against the fabricated, calling into question the significance of each production method and the meanings these methods create.

 

Artists Bios:

Luke van H is a multi-disciplinary artist currently living in Toronto. Their current practice systematizes the painting process, creating delineations between image/idea generation and labour. The integration and separation of technology from everyday life is an ongoing interest in their work. Van H is currently completing their BFA at OCADU and is the 2018 recipient of the OCAD Project 31 Drawing and Painting Award.

Owen Marshall is a self-described interdisciplinary artist living and working in Toronto. His practice utilizes text and image to playfully call into question the authority of an artwork and the value of the original. Through hand-drawn reproduction techniques, Marshall explores the futility of a human attempt to perform a task normally designated to a machine and the inconsistencies and questions which arise from this action. He is currently completing a BFA in Printmaking at OCADU and is a gracious recipient of the Ada Slaight Scholarship.

Cassie Paine is a Sculpture and Installation Artist and Printmaker whose work reflects on the functional and authoritative role tools hold within our society. Her work investigates urban planning strategies, systems in place to control automotive and pedestrian traffic, and distinctions between public and private places. Paine holds a BFA with an honourable mention from OCAD University. She has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Windsor, ON, Toronto, ON, and Montreal, QC.

Venue & Address: 
165 Augusta Ave
Email: 
ignitegallery@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-596-7538
Keywords: 
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