Central Library's Lorne St. entrance is temporarily unavailable this morning due to a mural installation. Please use the 12th Avenue door instead.
Opening Reception, Friday, June 3, 7:00 pm
Artists' talks, Saturday June 4, 1:00pm
Through an intelligent arrangement of sculpture, photography and text, this collaborative installation by Seema Goel and Lee Henderson explores the complex relationships between humanity, mortality, animals, and the apparatus. The exhibition calls into question the nature of how we connect to the creatures around us and the roles we thrust upon them. Using oblique narratives, layered imagery, and objects both found and constructed, Goel and Henderson weave the viewer into a space that hovers between contemplation and visceral affect.
Seema Goel is a Canadian multi-media artist. She holds a B.Sc. from McGill University, an Associate Arts diploma from the Ontario College of Art and Design, and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Goel is currently completing an interdisciplinary M.Sc. between engineering and fine art. She lives in Ireland.
Lee Henderson is an artist working in time and lens-based media. Henderson holds an MFA in Intermedia from the University of Regina. He teaches Visual Art, Computer Science, and Conceptual Photography at Ontario College of Art and Design and Western University. Henderson's work is shown in Canada and abroad.
Any Sharp Knife Will Do (Installation View), 2011.