an exhibition that invites slowness and attention to nuance
In the inception of this collection, Love’s attention was drawn to the primary entities of the sun and moon, both constant and cyclical. Our perception and experience of these same orbs that rise, set, eclipse, cast shadows and beams of light, changes and is relative to our position on the earth in time. Love’s work explores these liminal, impermanent, abstracted shifts and the quiet awareness that emerges from this space. Her exhibition is an invitation into nuanced perspectives.
Presented in conjunction with DesignTO Festival.
DesignTO Festival, Canada’s leading and largest annual design festival that celebrates design as a multidisciplinary form of creative thinking and making, with 100+ free exhibitions and events forming Toronto’s design week every January.
the space between
The Lyceum Gallery
969 Queen Street West, Toronto
January 19 – 28
Friday, January 19, 6 – 9 pm
Opening reception, artist Tania Love will be present
Saturday, January 20, 2 pm
tour of the exhibition, conversation and Q & A with Tania Love
Saturday, January 27
Workshop Exploring Natural Dyes with Tania Love
hours: Saturday & Sundays 1 – 5 pm
weekdays by appointment