Sunday, 11 March 2012

OCAD alumn and medal-winner

OCAD alumn and medal-winner

Georgia Dickie. See Press Release below.


Stephanie Fielding
Assistant Director
then gallery
225 sterling rd, unit 20
toronto, on


six hundred and seventy eight feet

march 30 april 20 2012
opening Friday March 30 7:30-11:30
then gallery
225 sterling rd, unit 20

then gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Toronto based sculptor Georgia Dickie. Making direct reference to the proximity of her studio to the gallery's location, six hundred and seventy eight feet is an installation created through performance. Dickie will orchestrate a team to arrange and assemble combinations and associations of objects with an emphasis on process and material experimentation. Dickie's studio - the site of accumulation - will become a practice space and the gallery a resting place for objects on the verge of transposition.

An accompanying publication of drawings, studio fragments and installation documentation will be made available.

Georgia Dickie is a Toronto-based sculptor who addresses the complexities of contemporary object-based practice. Relying heavily on chance, her work is characterized by a deep interest in found materials and their inherent limitations. She received her BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2011, and her work has been included in a number of group shows including Shore for Shore, Alexandria, Egypt, Chopped and Screwed MKG127, Toronto, Bless this Mess Deleon White Gallery, Toronto and Bitch Slap at Thrush Holmes Empire, Toronto.

then gallery and bookshop
tues to sat 10 - 6
225 sterling rd, unit 20
toronto, on, Canada

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