Kim Neudorf: totally ruinous / totally ruin us


Untitled, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, 2020

Support presents:

Kim Neudorf
totally ruinous / totally ruin us
paintings, poetry rituals, collage, dream-logic, psychic material

September 05 – October 17, 2020

If it turns up in the body scan
to be run through without gore,
we’re talking clairsentience.
Tiny particles from my forehead, throat, heart.
They have bones –
held or cooked together –

of fog, soup, and aspic.

They are in a way that isn’t grafted,
to the same cheap
ultra-judgy bake-off,
or circular rest.

Isolate from carrying,
what emerges by wanting to ask
in order and for a long time,
if I wasn’t doing it right
to say more. If that’s a coda.
Not things you know in the world.

Undo us

(excerpt from the big E, poem by Kim Neudorf)


Untitled, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches, 2020

Kim Neudorf’s writing and paintings explore themes of resilience, healing, and survival, while seeking to undo easy legibility in order to honor the daily, more complicated modes of visibility and existence. Their work has appeared most recently at Support, London (ON); DNA Gallery, London (ON); Paul Petro, Toronto; Franz Kaka, Toronto; Forest City Gallery, London (ON); Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Kingston; Evans Contemporary Gallery, Peterborough; and Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto. They live and maintain a writing and studio practice in London (ON). Website:

Artist in attendance on September 05, 1pm – 5pm.
All are welcome on the opening day without an appointment.
We ask that all visitors follow Ontario public health guidelines.
Open by appointment through October 17th.

Organized by Tegan Moore.

Support is a project space run by Liza Eurich, Tegan Moore, and Ruth Skinner.


positively ruinous / positively ruin us, watercolour and acrylic on paper, 6 x 4 inches, 2020


260 Clarence Street, London, Ontario

Support is partially accessible on the ground floor level by a ramp and double door entry. The washroom is located on the ground level but is not accessible to a wheelchair. Part of the exhibition space is located on the basement level and there is no elevator.