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Book Launch for Lezli Rubin-Kunda’s book At Home: Talks with Canadian Artists about Place and Practice, published with Goose Lane publishers

Saturday October 27th, 5-7pm.
Ben Mcnally Bookstore, 366 Bay Street, Toronto

The book will be available for purchase at the event, and there will be live music, a slide presentation of the artists and light refreshments, as well as a book signing.

There will also be a book signing event in Montreal at B312, on Oct. 30th, 5-7
372, rue Ste-Catherine Ouest, Espace 403, Montreal


About the book:

In this intimate investigation of the artistic process, Lezli Rubin-Kunda explores the nuanced path of creative work and the way artists make sense of home and place within their art practice and their lives. Rubin-Kunda is a multidisciplinary artist who examines these issues in her own work. But in this book, she expands her horizons, travelling across Canada to talk to more than fifty practicing artists, including Amalie Atkins, Aganetha Dyck, Sandra Semchuk, Francois Morelli, Diane Pugen, Stan Krzyzanowski, Peter Dykhuis, Simon Frank, and Sharon Alward, about their work, their creative process, and the place of "home" in their work.

What emerges from these thoughtful conversations are fascinating and unexpected orientations to place, as an impetus for artmaking, ranging from deep connections to a specific childhood home, to more conscious adoptions of place, to somewhat fluid approaches in which the very concept of "home" seems to dissolve.

Moving from physical landscapes to the geography of memories and recorded histories, from territories of emotion to social environments that condition and contribute to the idea of home, Rubin-Kunda touches on indigenous approaches to ancestral homelands, the land as physical place and emotional territory, the historic role of women in creating and taking care of "home," ideas of home disconnected from place, and liberating concepts of "homelessness." Woven through these encounters with other artists are Rubin-Kunda’s reflections on her own artistic path, as a Toronto born Jewish-Canadian who has made her home in Israel.

Candid, empathetic, and insightful, At Home explores the creative process and the ways that artists find and create meaning within a fragmented contemporary landscape.


About the author:

Lezli Rubin-Kunda is a Canadian-Israeli multidisciplinary artist whose work explores her relationship with her environment. She has exhibited, performed and lectured in the United States, Canada, Israel and Europe. She currently lives outside of Tel Aviv and teaches in the Architecture faculty at the Technion University, Haifa, Israel. This is her first book.

To order the book: https://www.amazon.com/At-Home-Canadian-Artists-Practice/dp/1773100475/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1534150643&sr=1-1&keywords=lezli+rubin+kunda

Contact info, institutional purchases:
Publicity@gooselane.com
https://gooselane.com/collections/art-architecture/products/at-home-1

Any media or other inquiries can be directed to the author:
LRUBINKUNDA@GMAIL.COM

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