In Raw Memory, members of artist-run Gallery 44 Centre of Contemporary Photography, examine the tension between perceiving and recalling the world outside and the world within, utilizing a variety of styles and approaches, including both digital and chemistry-based processes. Both the eye and the mind edit the world, and what remains in art after time can retain or reshape what was. Gallery 44‘s group shows at Gallery 1313 have become a CONTACT tradition.
I will have four images that explore the relationship between religion and everyday objects, where the everyday objects provide a touchstone for cultural memory.
OPENING: Thursday May 12, 7:00–10:00 pm
1313 Queen St W
Toronto, M6K 1L8
Wed – Sun
1 – 6pm
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