« PAN/PAN »
7 février — 2 mars | February 7 — March 2
Vernissage 7 février 18h | February 7, 6PM
PAN/PAN probes the connections between exploration, wilderness, and technology in a contemporary context. Drawing on the visual vocabularies of landscape painting and NASA live-streams, PAN/PAN presents a series of relics from a distant future. Their unexpected presence in the landscape calls into question violent, colonial notions of the uninhabited wilderness pre-contact and masculinist narratives of discovery so deeply embedded in early twentieth-century landscape painting.
Anna Eyler holds a BA in Religious Studies and Art History from Carleton University (2010) and a BFA from the University of Ottawa (2015). Recent awards include the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (2017), the Desjardins Academic Scholarship (2018), and the Emerging Digital Artists Award (2018). Eyler’s work will be exhibited at PAVED Arts in SK (2019). Eyler is an MFA candidate in Sculpture and Ceramics at Concordia University.