The new installation in our window gallery, entitled “Disencage” is courtesy of Aileen Cheung, a recent graduate of the Ontario College of Art & Design.
Words from the artist:
“Disencage” is a sequence of solid and free flowing shapes that descend diagonally across the space. The first is a sequence of progressively rotated images of picture frames printed onto vinyl. The second forms are acrylic painted plexi-glass blobs that are layered over the picture frames. The two contrasting types of forms collapse architectural planes into a playful framework. This installation sets up an exchange. The gallery frames the work; meanwhile the work frames the store as an imaginative space.
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