Nika Teper

de Andrade, Echakhch, Hupfield & Kiwanga at The Power Plant

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by Nika Teper

The immersive environments created in each exhibition uniquely engage the visitor, encouraging a critical re-evaluation of global realities and universal sentiments.

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Interview with Lloyd Arbour

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by Nika Teper

I find beauty and creatively in many of the basic elements that surround me on a day-to-day basis — one day it might come from architecture and the next a gradient of colour.

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Jordan Broadworth: The Adjacent Possible at General Hardware

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by Nika Teper

Broadworth’s artwork evokes multiple possibilities of urban narratives with various natural and artificial, haptic and digital motifs and patterns.

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Mark Stebbins: Among the Jaggies, Aong the Seams at Wil Kucey Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Mark Stebbins’ artwork evokes intrigue in it’s material plasticity, subject amalgamation and small scale.

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P. Roch Smith & Jane LowBeer at loop

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by Nika Teper

While Smith physically manipulates the subjects of his work to speak about memory and play, LowBeer creates composite impressions of Ontario's multifaceted landscapes

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Clive Holden: Internet Mountains at Stephen Bulger Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Holden thematically and technically experiments with our sensory capacity. The final impact is one where the viewers ponder where exactly to situate themselves within the work; between the polarized web and natural elements.

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Jim Reid: Field of Vision at Lonsdale Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Jim Reid’s chaotic brush strokes enable atmospheric renderings that are especially provocative when slowly approached from a distance.

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Interview with James Maxwell

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by Nika Teper

Both art and design shape physical and emotional space. Both have their specific fabrication requirements and processes. I’m often confused by the difference between objects, what they are and what they do.

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Le Baptême de la Solitude: Alexander Jowett at Alison Milne Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Jowett expresses qualities of reflection, the division between land and sky, sea and sky, by accentuating the natural geometries.

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Tom Forrestall’s Recent Works at Mira Godard Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Each artwork creates a sense of juxtaposition, between clarity and ambiguity, near and far, interior and exterior, order and irregularity, geometric and organic; a dynamism that alludes to the perception of a place or a state of mind.

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Interview with Lee Lamothe

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by Nika Teper

His collection and composition of found and photographed images, once extracted, are then peeled, layered, repeated and rephotographed. The cinematics of space and person recall a broader narrative.

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Alain Norman Amar abstract paintings at Gallery 1313

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by Nika Teper

Referential abstract elements situate the viewer in a natural setting demonstrating an artistic engagement with nature and human emotion.

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