Forgotten Places


Features OCAD U alumna Christina Tjandra's complete collection of highly detailed architectural illustrations

 
DateThursday, September 11, 2014 - 11:00pm

Cost

Free, RSVP for opening

Email

rsvp@hashtaggallery.com

Website

http://www.hashtaggallery.com/2014/08/18/sept-11-21-christina-tjandra-forgotten-places/

Location

Hashtag Gallery 801 Dundas St. W. Toronto, Ontario

Thursday September 11, 2014 to Sunday September 21, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 11, 7 p.m.

Features OCAD U alumna Christina Tjandra's complete collection of highly detailed architectural illustrations

Forgotten Places is a collection of work that draws attention to Tjandra’s love of vernacular architecture, accidental dwellings, the beauty of density, and her childhood memories of living in Java – the most populated Island in Indonesia.

Presented in large scale as detailed line drawings on paper, Tjandra’s work references the Batik and Wayang aesthetics of her native Indonesia. By transporting the audience to an unknown place filled with curiosity and uncertainty, Forgotten Places is a visual narrative that pushes architectural boundaries to create conversations on possibilities, reality and fantasy.

HOURS:
4-10 TUES-FRI,
2-8 SAT,
12-5 SUN

DateThursday, September 11, 2014 - 11:00pm

Cost

Free, RSVP for opening

Email

rsvp@hashtaggallery.com

Website

http://www.hashtaggallery.com/2014/08/18/sept-11-21-christina-tjandra-forgotten-places/

Location

Hashtag Gallery 801 Dundas St. W. Toronto, Ontario

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Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 11:00pm

Thursday September 11, 2014 to Sunday September 21, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 11, 7 p.m.

Features OCAD U alumna Christina Tjandra's complete collection of highly detailed architectural illustrations

Forgotten Places is a collection of work that draws attention to Tjandra’s love of vernacular architecture, accidental dwellings, the beauty of density, and her childhood memories of living in Java – the most populated Island in Indonesia.

Presented in large scale as detailed line drawings on paper, Tjandra’s work references the Batik and Wayang aesthetics of her native Indonesia. By transporting the audience to an unknown place filled with curiosity and uncertainty, Forgotten Places is a visual narrative that pushes architectural boundaries to create conversations on possibilities, reality and fantasy.

HOURS:
4-10 TUES-FRI,
2-8 SAT,
12-5 SUN

Venue & Address: 
Hashtag Gallery 801 Dundas St. W. Toronto, Ontario
Website: 
http://www.hashtaggallery.com/2014/08/18/sept-11-21-christina-tjandra-forgotten-places/
Email: 
rsvp@hashtaggallery.com
Cost: 
Free, RSVP for opening
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