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Kids these days
16 Jan 2016 – 13 Mar 2016
Kyla Mallett, Your Pal Alicia from the Notes series, 2004 (light jet print).
Kids these days presents video, photography, and graphic works that draw from the fields of anthropology, psychology and sociology, to examine youth and youth cultures in the Canadian context. The artists document young people—their bodies, expressions, and movements—while investigating their tastes, thoughts, clothing styles, methods of communication, and leisure activities. The resulting artworks suggest an underlying desire on the part of the artists to capture the essence of youth or at least to affiliate themselves with the coveted values typically associated with this group: freedom, escape, authenticity, expressivity, creativity, and idealism.
Artists: Jo-Anne Balcaen, Sarah Febbraro, Kerri Flannigan, Emmanuelle Léonard, Kyla Mallett, Helen Reed, Guillaume Simoneau, Althea Thauberger
Opening Reception and Public Conversation Saturday 16 January at 2pm
PUBLIC READING 2 March 2016 @ Noon What was I thinking? public reading/open mic reading of stories, poems, notes, designs, plans, schemes, dreams, etc from when the participants were teenagers.
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