This exhibition opens on Friday, April 6th, 7:00–9:00 PM
Exhibition runs through Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Saturdays and Sundays, 12 to 4 pm,
or by appointment.
The desert is repeatedly used in theoretical texts as a metaphorical space of exile. Similarly, twilight can be understood to encapsulate fleeting intangibility. And what of the frog? It exists in nature and culture as a mutable entity, living comfortably on the shoreline. Taken together as space, time and subject, The Frog in the Desert at Twilight is an exhibition of visual art that considers the multifarious potentials of being slippery in the magical year of 2018.
Leah McInnis is Canadian conceptual artist currently living and working in Victoria, BC. Her practice oscillates between forms, most often rooted in methodologies of idealism and satire. She recently graduated from the University of Victoria‘s MFA Visual Arts program (2018) and holds a BFA in visual arts (2013) and a BA in English (2011). Her solo practice is influenced by MOPE Collective, of which she is a founding member (2013-present).