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by Andrea Vander Kooij (Bradford) documents a series of wearable balaclavas that have been hand-knit by the artist and are intended for use by co-dependent couples.
Finally, a video lounge features selections by Jillian Mcdonald (Brooklyn), who has digitally inserted herself into scenes with her Hollywood crushes, including Susan Bozoic is a visual artist who lives and works in Vancouver, BC.
by Susan Bozic (Vancouver) is a series of perfectly staged photographs featuring the artist spending quality time with her ideal boyfriend – a mannequin named Carl.
The large oil paintings Incitement and Inclination by Eliza Griffiths (Montréal) vividly capture the tempestuous break-up and reconciliation of an imaginary young woman and her companion.
How can a mannequin so easily become a surrogate for a human being? Why are we taught by society that a perfect partner will bring us happiness?
Bozic reveals that the performances and psychological manipulation needed to enact movie-like romances actually oppose healthy happiness: “…It’s a lot of pressure on men to perform as that type of person – a Prince Charming as opposed to a real human being.
Walker has developed a unique t-shirt design that is based on a striking graphic reminiscent of her tape drawings featured in her 2013 exhibition at Rodman Hall called Fade to Black.
She is interested in producing work that questions the viewer's perceptions by creating artificial constructs within familiar settings.
“Anything becomes possible when creating staged images,” she says.
“The moment I put on the wig I get straight into character and became Carl’s girlfriend.” The complete series of consists of fifteen images.
She received her BFA, with distinction, from Concordia University in Montreal, majoring in photography and minoring in cinema.
Her work has been exhibited in Canada and in the USA in non-profit, public, and commercial galleries.