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Please join us at the Campus Gallery at Georgian College, Barrie Campus for the Exhibition:

Joel Fullerton
Sometimes Still Life

Opening Jan. 11, 7-9pm this exhibit runs thru Feb. 11
open daily 10am-4pm

This installation is created specifically for the Campus Gallery Space. Joel Fullerton, currently based in San Diego, California writes...

"I am interested in the body and its relationship to the built environment. The consideration of “place” has led to an exploration of objects and materials rooted in ideas of nature, displacement, and self-reflection. This is shown in my studio-based response to the individual and collective experiences of objects and images removed from their natural "points of origin." In gesture, form, and structure, my artwork often responds to the space it interacts. Through the visual repetition and variation of the artwork—the object and image is transformed—revealing a sense of touch and inexactness from what it once was. The aesthetic inferences of the exhibit allude to a temporary moment. Liminal traces, haptic impressions, and impermanent structures are reflected in the visual motif of Sometimes Still Life.

Images within the exhibition depict visual interpretations of fragmented ruins, while also making reference to the California Super Bloom. These images result from experiencing the physical and temporal characteristics of objects and material removed from intended structures and cycles they once belonged. Through fragmented representations of artifact and landscape, and the materialness of human and artifact existence—visual metaphors of pleasure and movement suggest the impermanence of still life.

Floral seeds lay hidden for years—an invisible history of the landscape. The interpreted concepts of the ruin and floral still life represent an unfinished, undecided state—a suggestive moment where life lies still sometimes."

https://www.georgiancollege.ca/community-alumni/campus-gallery/


Contact the Campus Gallery:
705-717-9533 ext. 5322
campusgallery@georgiancollege.ca

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The Campus Gallery on Facebook as "Campus Gallery-Georgian College"


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