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    Distance is a multi-media exploration of familiarity, self-location, and the occupation of land. Through various sculptures, paintings, and beaded works Michif artist Rain Cabana-Boucher delves into ideas of kinship in relation to land, and what it means to be an Indigenous artist occupying and creating on lands that are not your own.
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    Distance is a multi-media exploration of familiarity, self-location, and the occupation of land. Through various sculptures, paintings, and beaded works Michif artist Rain Cabana-Boucher delves into ideas of kinship in relation to land, and what it means to be an Indigenous artist occupying and creating on lands that are not your own.
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    Xchanges annual members’ exhibition opens in the gallery Friday, June 25 at 7:00pm and runs weekends until Sunday, July 4, 2021. Check out what members have been up to this year in 2d and 3d media.
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    Wait here while I slip into something more comfortable is a solo exhibition by visual artist Graham Wiebe that explores themes of solace through a satirical scope. Employing a gothic vernacular, this body of work includes both image and object as a way of navigating feelings of solitude and seclusion in a time of anxious encounters. @ Xchanges Gallery and Studios. 2333 Government street, Suite 6E. Upstairs balcony. Opening Night : Friday May 14, 7-9 (non-social)
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    Wait here while I slip into something more comfortable is a solo exhibition by visual artist Graham Wiebe that explores themes of solace through a satirical scope. Employing a gothic vernacular, this body of work includes both image and object as a way of navigating feelings of solitude and seclusion in a time of anxious encounters. @ Xchanges Gallery and Studios. 2333 Government street, Suite 6E. Upstairs balcony. Opening Night : Friday May 14, 7-9 (non-social)
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    Using mirrors, water, and organic materials the artist produces a set of still life images that explore ways in which perceptions of reality can be altered to provoke feelings of unease or uncertainty, distorting expected visual cues and create images that seem untrustworthy. @ Xchanges Gallery. Up the stairs to the balcony.
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    Using mirrors, water, and organic materials the artist produces a set of still life images that explore ways in which perceptions of reality can be altered to provoke feelings of unease or uncertainty, distorting expected visual cues and create images that seem untrustworthy. @ Xchanges Gallery. Up the stairs on the balcony.
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    While the organic cycle makes its inevitable journey through the seasons from dark to light, we struggle to see beyond our masks. Light emerges to a new awakening. It throws out hope, optimism, humor and creativity on a bleak landscape. Every winter brings an end to the organic cycle and the dark winter days seem endless. The angle of the light is low, throwing dense shadows. As Spring approaches there is no stopping the light as it permeates every aspect of our being. The landscape is illuminated by this pure new light. The emergence of light amid a dark universe is biblical. We are observing this in a broken, corrupt world. This series of paintings display the triumph of light after a long, dark winter. Artist Talk online: 3pm Saturday, April 10th https://xchangesgallery.org/2021/03/26/gillian-redwood-a-triumph-of-light/
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    Opening night : Friday March 12th @ 7pm-9pm Artist talk : March 21st @ 2:00pm Runs on Sat/Sun from March 13-28 @ 11am-4pm Collaged print-based work playing with the many ways an image can be stretched, obscured, and overlapped while still retaining its essence. Though the same etching plates are used over and over, each piece is its own variation. Xchanges Gallery 233 Government St. Upstairs balcony.
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    Artist talk : March 21st @ 2:00pm Show runs on Sat/Sun from March 13-28 at 11-4 Collaged print-based work playing with the many ways an image can be stretched, obscured, and overlapped while still retaining its essence. Though the same etching plates are used over and over, each piece is its own variation. Xchanges Gallery 233 Government St. Upstairs balcony.
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    Opening night : Friday March 12th 7-9pm Artist talk : March 21st @ 2:00pm Runs on Sat/Sun from March 13-28 at 11-4 Collaged print-based work playing with the many ways an image can be stretched, obscured, and overlapped while still retaining its essence. Though the same etching plates are used over and over, each piece is its own variation. @ Xchanges Gallery 233 Government St. Upstairs balcony.
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    By playing with the integration of common functional objects of European design with cultural boundaries, the artists explores how new forms can evolve to create new ways of seeing objects as failed, yet humors pseudo-technological devices. Using sculptural elements with photo documentation, the artist gives the viewer a new way of seeing the world and the devices that populate it.
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    Using a series of projections, the artist explores the boundaries between the organic and pseudo-natural. Moving between urban and natural environments, the artist strives to fold and bind these into seamlessly lit forms that alter the landscape and the viewers reality by creating new spaces to inhabit.
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    Using a series of projections, the artist explores the boundaries between the organic and pseudo-natural. Moving between urban and natural environments, the artist strives to fold and bind these into seamlessly lit forms that alter the landscape and the viewers reality by creating new spaces to inhabit.
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    Artist : Cornelia van Voorst Using the rose as a narrative for resilience, the artist explores the concepts of loss, love and kindness as they emerge during the world shut down by the pandemic. Using mixed media installations, she considers how her images persevere in the face of layering and loss. The act of remembrance of our victories and stories is critical out our endurance during difficult periods.
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