Implications: Emma Harrison, Allison MacPhail, and Ayala Reznik


As part of the the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018, Implications is a group exhibition presenting the body of work Emma Harrison, Allison MacPhail, and Ayala Reznik have been building for their final Thesis project.  Opening: Thursday March 15th, 2018 from 6-9pm.

 
DateWednesday, March 14, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 5:00pm

Website

www.allison-mac-phail.format.com

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https://www.ayalareznik.com/

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ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

Location

Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON

Implications is an exhibition that will display a collection of artworks by Emma Harrison, Allison MacPhail, and Ayala Reznik.

Reception and exhibition will be held at Beaver Hall Gallery at 29 McCaul Street. The opening will take place Thursday March 15th from 6-9 PM. Come hang with us, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. 

The full exhibition will run from March 14th-24th
The gallery is open Wednesday - Saturday from 12 PM - 5 PM

Featuring Artists:

Allison MacPhail- My work revolves around being an activist within your community. Preventing the normalization of abuse within the service industry is what I have chosen to examine in detail within this body of work. We all go through it so now lets fight against it! Using craft methods and mutual experience I attempt to start a conversation to build community driven resistance for these important issues. 
www.allison-mac-phail.format.com

Ayala Reznik- Born and raised in Israel, Ayala is a Toronto-based sculptor and multi-media artist whose recent work has explored representation of the female body, particularly through the aesthetics of the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, and its contemporary relevance in considering issues and representations of abuse, trauma, and healing.
She has developed her understanding of this theme through sculpture and installation, performance art, and photography, and through this work has come to understand the profound and meaningful continuity between prehistoric representations of women's bodies and self-representations of female bodies today.
To view her work please visit- https://www.ayalareznik.com/

This exhibition is part of the 2018 Sculpture/ Installation Undergraduate Thesis Exhibition Series, Spaces Like That, being held from March 1 to April 22, 2018. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to OCAD University’s Sculpture/ Installation Program and the University’s Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.

2018 SCULPTURE/INSTALLATION THESIS EXHIBITIONS SERIES

ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

OCAD University's Sculpture/Installation Program— in collaboration with Abbozzo Gallery, Beaver Hall Gallery, Coldstream Fine Art, Gallery 1313 and Lonsdale Gallery— is pleased to announce the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018. This series of twelve exhibitions will feature the multi-media artworks of 4th-year students in professional Toronto galleries. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to the Sculpture/Installation Program and of the Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.



figurative sculpture work

artwork with rags and embroidery

images of primative figurative sculpture works

exhibition poster

exhibition poster
DateWednesday, March 14, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 5:00pm

Website

www.allison-mac-phail.format.com

https://www.ayalareznik.com/

ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

Location

Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 10:00am to Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 5:00pm

Implications is an exhibition that will display a collection of artworks by Emma Harrison, Allison MacPhail, and Ayala Reznik.

Reception and exhibition will be held at Beaver Hall Gallery at 29 McCaul Street. The opening will take place Thursday March 15th from 6-9 PM. Come hang with us, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. 

The full exhibition will run from March 14th-24th
The gallery is open Wednesday - Saturday from 12 PM - 5 PM

Featuring Artists:

Allison MacPhail- My work revolves around being an activist within your community. Preventing the normalization of abuse within the service industry is what I have chosen to examine in detail within this body of work. We all go through it so now lets fight against it! Using craft methods and mutual experience I attempt to start a conversation to build community driven resistance for these important issues. 
www.allison-mac-phail.format.com

Ayala Reznik- Born and raised in Israel, Ayala is a Toronto-based sculptor and multi-media artist whose recent work has explored representation of the female body, particularly through the aesthetics of the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, and its contemporary relevance in considering issues and representations of abuse, trauma, and healing.
She has developed her understanding of this theme through sculpture and installation, performance art, and photography, and through this work has come to understand the profound and meaningful continuity between prehistoric representations of women's bodies and self-representations of female bodies today.
To view her work please visit- https://www.ayalareznik.com/

This exhibition is part of the 2018 Sculpture/ Installation Undergraduate Thesis Exhibition Series, Spaces Like That, being held from March 1 to April 22, 2018. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to OCAD University’s Sculpture/ Installation Program and the University’s Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.

2018 SCULPTURE/INSTALLATION THESIS EXHIBITIONS SERIES

ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

OCAD University's Sculpture/Installation Program— in collaboration with Abbozzo Gallery, Beaver Hall Gallery, Coldstream Fine Art, Gallery 1313 and Lonsdale Gallery— is pleased to announce the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018. This series of twelve exhibitions will feature the multi-media artworks of 4th-year students in professional Toronto galleries. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to the Sculpture/Installation Program and of the Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.

Venue & Address: 
Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON
Website: 
www.allison-mac-phail.format.com
https://www.ayalareznik.com/
ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat
figurative sculpture work
artwork with rags and embroidery
images of primative figurative sculpture works
exhibition poster
exhibition poster
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