to Apr 28

LKAP at Papier

We are delighted to return to Papier for the fifth year this April. We will present new work by Sherry Walchuk (Montreal), Corri-Lynn Tetz (Montreal), and Anna Breininger (LA).

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to May 22

Michael Rollins

Photo by David Cortes

Photo by David Cortes

LKAP is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by LA-based artist Michael Rollins. Presented at the Edge Gallery, the exhibition will open May 3 and run until May 22.

“I've created an abstract environment in which its spaces are always changing and expanding. Each individual work exists for people to explore, as a view to another place inside of the environment. There are recurring elements that move from piece to piece, and provide an abstract narrative. Things between images are revealed, extracted, and exchanged. 

I'm interested in buildups and breakdowns, interaction between disparate elements, and the chaotic disruption that is present in these narratives. 

My practice is grounded in drawing and painting. Recent experimentation with stop motion animation has allowed for me to introduce qualities of time into the abstract environment. “

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to Jun 30

Guy Maddin | Rise of the Blind Wombs


Lisa Kehler Art + Projects is honoured to present Guy Maddin | Rise of the Blind Wombs a solo exhibition in collaboration with One Mile Gallery (Kingston, NY). Opening reception Saturday June 1 | 6-8 pm, and a special screening of The Green Fog on Sunday, June 2.

How similar are collage and cinema? Why they’re practically the same thing! Both arts divulge themselves to us in their mise-en-scène – the arrangement within the frame of their narrative elements, their sets, props, actors, costumes, and lighting. The same impulses lurk everywhere movies and collages are made, lurid urges, dark demiurgic compulsions to create new matter out of old, by unloosing onto collision courses a bunch of otherwise-unemployed stuff lying around the set between shots. OK, so the director of a collage has it easier than the filmmaker, choreographing with just a few gluey fingertips the papery actors and decors of the tabletop -- no camera or crew required! But this wielder of scissors and paste has just a single frame with which to work, where the filmmaker has twenty-four per second. The collage has to tell its story in this one frozen moment, a cross-section of time so stock-still it’s incapable of perceiving anything in the rapid blur outside its two dimensions. It’s sightless, this collage, incapable of anything but projecting outward to its beholders the very birth of whatever idea just occurred to it! Terrifying to think each collage is trapped in that nanosecond, an instant on the verge of expressing something, revealing a confidential circumstance, but incapable of moving forward and spilling the beans. Its little fallopian secrets are safe forever!



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