Art NOW Series presents Anne Low

Art NOW presents Anne Low
12 pm | December 2, 2020
uLethbridge Online Presentation

Please reserve your pass at: Registration is required as we need to provide you with secure access information prior to the start of the event.

Artist Anne Low will give a talk about her practice within the context of material research. She also discusses the process of making the works for her exhibition Figure like hearse at SAAG, which is on view from December 5, 2020 to February 14, 2021.

Anne Low's practice engages with sculpture, installation, textiles and printmaking to investigate how particular expressive forms are able to unhinge themselves from historical contingency and speak to contemporary subjects such as the domestic, the decorative, utility and taste. Her work speaks to wider narratives around the impulse to individuate object and self and how the impulse to decorate is a desire that extends through history and is expressed onto the planes and surfaces of domestic interiors and objects.Recent solo exhibitions include Bletting, Franz Kaka, Toronto (2019), Chair for a woman, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2019), Paperstainer, Mercer Union, Toronto (2018);  A wall as a table with candlestick legs, Tensta Konstall, Stockholm (2018) and Witch with Comb, Artspeak, Vancouver (2017). Recent  group exhibitions include Art Encounters Biennial, Timisoara (2019), Sobey Art Award, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton (2019); Soon Enough – Art in Action, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm (2018); Separation Penetrates, Mercer Union, Toronto (2017); Dream Islands, Nanaimo Art Gallery (2017); Ambivalent Pleasures, Vancouver Art Gallery (2016) and Reading the Line, The Western Front, Vancouver (2015). Her collaboration with Evan Calder Williams, The Fine Line of Deviation, has been exhibited at Mercer Union, Toronto (2018) and Issue Project Room, New York (2016).

Art NOW wishes to thank the Southern Alberta Art Gallery for their collaboration on this presentation.

Image: Anne Low, Paperstainer, installation view, Mercer Union, Toronto, 2018.

Room or Area: 

FREE! You must register to attend:


finearts | |