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A photograph of a piece of artwork. The artwork features white and black figures and visual elements on a dark brown, metallic background. These elements flow downward into a outlined doorway or portal where the movement transforms into an entangled singular element, opening underneath. There are brightly coloured borders above and below the image, and where the flurry meets the doorway, there is a golden rope with light glittering from it. The image shows a flurry of movement, which represent seasons, changing time, and growth. This piece is titled: "A Fever Swelled In Me"
sab meynert, a fever swelled in me, 18" x 18", ink & gouache on paper, 2014. Image provided by the artist.

Progress is a Spiral Upward by sab meynert on display September 7 – October 14, 2017

Opening Reception: September 7, 6-8PM



About the Exhibition:

Progress is a Spiral Upward, a visual arts exhibit by Toronto-based artist sab meynert, consists of vivid drawings and sculptural pieces. meynert utilizes organic repetitive patterning, interweaving poetic imagery and text to reveal graphic maps reflecting life’s infinitely unfolding nature. For this premiere exhibit, meynert will show new pieces that incorporate semi-precious crystal, alabaster stone, 24k gold and silver, and organic matter, in addition to handcrafted ink and paint paper works. These new elements call upon their traditional knowledge, rooted in ways that intentionally draw out the metaphysical abilities of material, and move the work beyond the limits of form.

This exhibit features audio description and will also have touchable pieces. All events associated with this exhibit will be barrier-free and will have ASL interpretation. We request that you help us make the space scent-free. This is a FREE event.

Access Information:

Tangled Art Gallery is in a barrier-free location. Audio description will be available for the exhibit. We will have ASL interpreters and attendant care present during public engagements. Service animals are welcome. We request that you help us to make this a scent-free environment.

DIRECTIONS:
TAG is located in studio 122 on the main floor on the 401 Richmond Building. The closest accessible subway station is at Osgoode Station. The closest accessible streetcar stop is the 510 Spadina Queen Street West Stop (Queen Street stop going south from Spadina Station, Richmond Street stop going north from Union Station).


Keep in touch
Instagram: @tangled_arts
Twitter: @TangledArtsTO
Facebook: @tangledartanddisability
Email: info@tangledarts.org
Phone: (647) 725 5064

Tangled Art Gallery (TAG) is dedicated to exhibiting disability art and showcasing the highest standard of accessible curatorial practice.


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