Beyond the Horizon

Beyond the Horizon

  • <p><strong>Beyond the Horizon</strong> is an expression that encourages us to consider what is "farther than the possible limit of sight, beyond what we can foresee, know or anticipate."1 It is both visual - what we see - and conceptual - what we know. The horizon as a metaphor provides us with an opportunity to challenge and evaluate our own ways of knowing. The artists in this exhibition expand conventional uses of materials and explore modes of making through collaboration with other artists and the land.</p><p>1. thefreedictionary.com</p>

Exhibition Description

Beyond the Horizon is an expression that encourages us to consider what is "farther than the possible limit of sight, beyond what we can foresee, know or anticipate."1 It is both visual - what we see - and conceptual - what we know. The horizon as a metaphor provides us with an opportunity to challenge and evaluate our own ways of knowing. The artists in this exhibition expand conventional uses of materials and explore modes of making through collaboration with other artists and the land.

1. thefreedictionary.com

Featuring works by

Alan Wood, Angela George, Betty Goodwin, Elizabeth Angrnaqquaq, Esteban PĂ©rez, George Littlechild, Gordon Smith, Greg Murdock, Holly Schmidt, Irene Whittome, Jack Shadbolt, Jane Ash Poitras, Karen Zalamea, Robert Davidson, Rodney Graham, Sylvia Tait, Takao Tanabe, Toni Onley, Wayne Eastcott, Xwalacktun