Natalie Majaba Waldburger participating in Grow Op 2019, a group show


Natalie Majaba Waldburger participating in Grow Op 2019, a group show at the Gladstone Hotel.  The 2019 edition considers ENERGY.

 
DateWednesday, April 17, 2019 - 7:00pm to Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 5:00pm

Email

lee@gladstonehotel.com

Website

https://www.gladstonehotel.com/Grow-Op

Location

The Gladstone Hotel 1214 Queen Street West Toronto, ON

Natalie Majaba Waldburger participating in group show at the Gladstone Hotel.

Grow Op 2019

GROW OP 2019 created & produced by the Gladstone Hotel

Grow Op at the Gladstone Hotel celebrates its seventh year with an exhibition of art, design and ideas across a range of disciplines. The 2019 edition considers ENERGY; Clean energy, dirty energy, social energy, positive energy, negative energy, climate energy, embodied energy, resilient energy. Do we hoard, waste, commodify, burn it, or do we store, reuse, renew it?  How humans and other species live within and without natural systems of growth, change, abundance, scarcity, decay and life.

Curated by Christine Leu and Alan Webb of LeuWebb Projects, with Lee Petrie, Exhibitions Director, Gladstone Hotel.

www.gladstonehotel.com

STATEMENT

This project responds to the theme of Grow Op this year by considering the term energy in relational terms, as experienced by diverse organisms and social systems.  This biodegradable and consumable artwork simultaneously considers the energy required in the absorption of light for the production of chlorophyll, the nutrient energy of plants to humans and in their consumption, the social forces ascribing value to foods and fads, gentrification of communities, and the energy used in artificially controlling and maintaining plants.

Dates and times

Wed Apr 17: 7pm – 9pm

Thurs Apr 18: 11am- 10pm, Exhibition party 7-10pm

Fri Apr 19: 11am – 9pm

Sat Apr 20: 10am – 5pm

Sun Apr 21: 10am – 5pm

Admission

General admission $10

Family of 4 $25 (1 or 2 adults and 2 or 3 children age 12 and under)

School groups Free (sponsored by Victoria Taylor Landscape Architect. Advance

booking. Contact lee@gladstonehotel.com)

Students $5 with student ID

List of artists

Maria Thereza Alves*, Sally Ayre, David Ballantine, Bruno Billio, Sarah Carlson, Shaun de Rooy, Joseph Farrugia, Noni Kaur, Mary Kavanagh, Dana Korre, Justin Langille and Jennifer Martin, Peter Mettler, Sarah Moreau, Sarah Norman and Julia Smachylo, Cindy Norton, Leah Oates, Julie Pasila, Chrissy Poitras and Kyle Topping and Jennie Suddick, Leah Oates, Meghan Price, Jessica Rysyk, The Grove Public School, The Stomata Collective, Tosca Teran, Ryan van der Hout, Natalie Majaba Waldburger, Alicia Wright, Daniel Rotsztain, Native Land.

*presented in partnership with the Toronto Biennial

 

 

DateWednesday, April 17, 2019 - 7:00pm to Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 5:00pm

Email

lee@gladstonehotel.com

Website

https://www.gladstonehotel.com/Grow-Op

Location

The Gladstone Hotel 1214 Queen Street West Toronto, ON

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 7:00pm to Sunday, April 21, 2019 - 5:00pm

Natalie Majaba Waldburger participating in group show at the Gladstone Hotel.

Grow Op 2019

GROW OP 2019 created & produced by the Gladstone Hotel

Grow Op at the Gladstone Hotel celebrates its seventh year with an exhibition of art, design and ideas across a range of disciplines. The 2019 edition considers ENERGY; Clean energy, dirty energy, social energy, positive energy, negative energy, climate energy, embodied energy, resilient energy. Do we hoard, waste, commodify, burn it, or do we store, reuse, renew it?  How humans and other species live within and without natural systems of growth, change, abundance, scarcity, decay and life.

Curated by Christine Leu and Alan Webb of LeuWebb Projects, with Lee Petrie, Exhibitions Director, Gladstone Hotel.

www.gladstonehotel.com

STATEMENT

This project responds to the theme of Grow Op this year by considering the term energy in relational terms, as experienced by diverse organisms and social systems.  This biodegradable and consumable artwork simultaneously considers the energy required in the absorption of light for the production of chlorophyll, the nutrient energy of plants to humans and in their consumption, the social forces ascribing value to foods and fads, gentrification of communities, and the energy used in artificially controlling and maintaining plants.

Dates and times

Wed Apr 17: 7pm – 9pm

Thurs Apr 18: 11am- 10pm, Exhibition party 7-10pm

Fri Apr 19: 11am – 9pm

Sat Apr 20: 10am – 5pm

Sun Apr 21: 10am – 5pm

Admission

General admission $10

Family of 4 $25 (1 or 2 adults and 2 or 3 children age 12 and under)

School groups Free (sponsored by Victoria Taylor Landscape Architect. Advance

booking. Contact lee@gladstonehotel.com)

Students $5 with student ID

List of artists

Maria Thereza Alves*, Sally Ayre, David Ballantine, Bruno Billio, Sarah Carlson, Shaun de Rooy, Joseph Farrugia, Noni Kaur, Mary Kavanagh, Dana Korre, Justin Langille and Jennifer Martin, Peter Mettler, Sarah Moreau, Sarah Norman and Julia Smachylo, Cindy Norton, Leah Oates, Julie Pasila, Chrissy Poitras and Kyle Topping and Jennie Suddick, Leah Oates, Meghan Price, Jessica Rysyk, The Grove Public School, The Stomata Collective, Tosca Teran, Ryan van der Hout, Natalie Majaba Waldburger, Alicia Wright, Daniel Rotsztain, Native Land.

*presented in partnership with the Toronto Biennial

 

 

Venue & Address: 
The Gladstone Hotel 1214 Queen Street West Toronto, ON
Website: 
https://www.gladstonehotel.com/Grow-Op
Email: 
lee@gladstonehotel.com
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