Toronto-based artist Jennie Suddick's exhibition The Tree House Project envisions the tree house as both a personal space and a realm of the imagination, a lens through which to consider changing landscape, autonomy, and nostalgia.
During June of 2017, Suddick invited the Victoria community to share unrealized childhood plans for tree houses and other forts in a workshop held at Open Space. From the collaborative sketches assembled, she has created scale paper architectural models and detailed drawings that bring new life to these thwarted childhood ambitions.
Visit with the artist while she is in residency at Open Space from Jun 13-22 from 3-5pm.
Please join us Saturday June 16 at 2:00pm for an artist talk and workshop with Jennie Suddick. The opening reception will be held at 7:00pm on Thursday June 21.
The exhibition will run June 13-July 28, 12-5pm Tuesday-Saturday at Open Space.