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4th floor - 1011 9th Ave Southeast, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0H7
Through a strikingly minimal visual vocabulary, the work of Kapwani Kiwanga employs extensive research on institutional architecture and design, the management of bodies through colour and light, and subtle means of resistance or subversion. Join Elizabeth Diggon, Esker’s lead researcher, on this informal tour that will trace the threads of research and the connections to Alberta histories and institutions that run through Kapwani Kiwanga’s 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all).'
Image courtesy of Spatial and Numeric Data Services at the University of Calgary.
'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all)'
3 February — 6 May
In this new and recent body of work, Hamilton-born and Paris-based artist Kapwani Kiwanga delves into disciplinary architecture and deconstructs the physical and psychological qualities of authoritative built environments including schools, prisons, hospitals, and mental health facilities.
Read more at eskerfoundation.com
The exhibition Kapwani Kiwanga, 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all)' is organized and circulated by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto. The exhibition is curated by Nabila Abdel Nabi, Assistant Curator, The Power Plant. It was sponsored by TD Bank Group.
Support for the development and production of new works for the exhibition provided by Esker Foundation.