Semble: Lyn Carter, Ginette Legare and Jeannie Thib
Ontario-based artists Lyn Carter, Ginette Legare and Jeannie Thib create uncanny, witty and provocative objects. Each artist is in mid-career and has a significant practice, but only one had previously exhibited her work in the Atlantic region of Canada. The works in semble were constructed out of materials such as fabric, paper, neoprene, stainless steel and the archive. The title of the exhibition alluded to the potential multiple lives of the individual objects as they hang, pose, gesture from the wall, or lie camouflaged in glass cases. Well-known psychiatrist/art theorist Jeanne Randolph (author of"The Amenable Object"), and curator Susan Gibson Garvey contributed essays for the illustrated exhibition catalogue.
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- Exhibition Title
- Lyn Carter, Ginette Legaré, Jeannie Thib
- Gibson Garvey, Susan, Randolph, Jeanne
- Mixed Media
- semble, 18 January - 3 March 2002