The Sun Sets Sideways
Jul 15 - Aug 19
A new collection of drawings, sculpture, installation and video comprise the fragmented elements of a narrative around Spike - a dog-shaped television writer living in the town of Sideways. Spike is visited by Octavia Chandrila Diazepene and Lick Mylegs, two non-human singer-songwriters who represent the beauty, danger, and soggy implications of invoking human-centric psychological metaphors onto the land and sea.
Curator's Talk // The Sun Sets Sideways
Aug 4, 7pm
On Thursday August 4, 2016 at 7pm please join Artspace's Director Jon Lockyer for an intimate conversation on the curatorial process that contributed to The Sun Sets Sideways.
The 2016 Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project
Following an extensive call for proposals and a juried review process, Artspace and the City of Peterborough are pleased to announce that Jill Stanton has been chosen to complete the second mural for the Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project in Peterborough, Ontario.
Stanton's mural will be an exciting contribution to the ongoing Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project. Stanton, who hails from Edmonton, Alberta, is an visual artist with a history of large-scale mural and public art projects. For the latest instalment in the Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project mural Stanton intends to draw on the some of the region's lesser-known biodiversity.