Wait here while I slip into something more comfortable
May 14-May 30, 2021
Wait here while I slip into something more comfortable is a solo exhibition by visual artist Graham Wiebe that explores themes of solace through a satirical scope. Employing a gothic vernacular, this body of work includes both image and object as a way of navigating feelings of solitude and seclusion in a time of anxious encounters.
About the Artist
Graham Wiebe (b. 1994, Winnipeg, MB) lives and works in Victoria, BC, Canada. He received his B.F.A. (Hons) Degree at the University of Manitoba and his MFA at the University of Victoria. In 2015, Wiebe won the AIMIA AGO Scholarship Prize, exhibiting a selection of work at the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, ON) and has since exhibited in alternative spaces, galleries, and artist-run centers both nationally and internationally. Wiebe most recently was part of the group exhibition TUTORIAL at BSMNT Gallery (Leipzig, DE).
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