Last night was the opening, and the show runs until August 29th.
I just finished reading the exhibition essay that was written about my work. I feel… professional? Not just professional, but… legitimate. I mean, despite my excessive silliness, I know I can be professional when I want/need to be. But feeling legitimate, especially as an artist… yeah, I could get used to this feeling.
Sneak peek! Today I installed my Cut and Paste Poetry series at Oz Studios. The group show, A Collection, has its opening night this Thursday. If you’re in Toronto, come and check it out! It’s a great space, and the rest of the show [that I’ve seen so far] is definitely worth a look-see. (It’s up until the 31st of you can’t make the opening.)
Octopus Mobile - part of the Optic Elixir OCAD art show. Opening night/party was last night, and it runs for a week at the Redline Coffee & Espresso Bar, 354 Queen Street East (at Parliament).
Installing this was a nightmare, and it is actually not ideally how/where I would like to display my Mighty Octopus Army. However, for the location and the time I had (as a late addition to the show) I think it works quite well. Everything looked really great there, and mad props go to Callen Schaub as chief organiser and all ‘round awesome dude.