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Welcome to Detroit: Suzy Lake and Orlando Ford
Mark Kasumovic: A Human Laboratory

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Suzy Lake, 1093 Seyburn Avenue, 1915, 2014/2016, photograph, courtesy of Georgia Scherman Projects.

Welcome to Detroit: Suzy Lake and Orlando Ford
Curated by Jessica Cappuccitti
Exhibition Dates: June 8 to 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8th at 7 PM

Welcome to Detroit: Suzy Lake and Orlando Ford includes photographs by Lake and a film by Ford that ask what it means for a city to be observed, documented and perceived by outsiders. Lake’s series, Performing an Archive, examines the cycle of ruin and revitalization in the Detroit working-class neighbourhoods where she grew up.

Ford’s film, Where the Heart Is, tells a vibrant, human tale of a growing city through candid interviews with Detroit residents.

About the curator:
From Newmarket, Ontario, Cappuccitti holds a BA Hons. from Western University, and MFA from OCAD University. Currently a Western University Department of Visual Arts’ doctoral candidate, Welcome to Detroit: Suzy Lake and Orlando Ford is her thesis exhibition.


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Mark Kasumovic, Gloves (Freshwater Research Laboratory), 2016, photograph, courtesy of the artist.

A Human Laboratory
Mark Kasumovic
Exhibition Dates: June 8 to 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8th at 7 PM

Featuring over one hundred photographs from visits to more than thirty-five laboratories, research centres, and field stations around the world, Mark Kasumovic’s A Human Laboratory proposes many possible, yet unresolved, narratives.

Photographing scientific instruments, Kasumovic suggests their similarity to the camera as influential recording devices that enhance our understanding of the contemporary social landscape.

About the artist:
From Hamilton, Ontario, Kasumovic holds a BFA from Ryerson University, and MFA from NSCAD University. Currently a doctoral candidate in the Department of Visual Arts at Western University, A Human Laboratory is his thesis exhibition.


For more information contact Abby Vincent, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, avince5@uwo.ca, 519 661-2111 ext. 87576

Free admission to all exhibitions
Monday to Friday: 10 AM - 5 PM, Saturday: 12 PM - 4 PM
The gallery is not accessible.

McIntosh Gallery
1151 Richmond Street N.,
London, ON, N6A 3K7
McIntoshGallery.ca

Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @McIntoshGallery


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