I’m thrilled to announce that ”CONVERGENCE”, my first solo art exhibition, is opening this Saturday at the City of Ottawa’s Corridor 45|75 Gallery.
For my series Convergence, I photographed printed circuit boards and then altered the images in post to look like futuristic cityscapes. The resulting images mimic our increasingly virtual world and challenge our perception of what is real.
Corridor 45|75 is one of three professional galleries managed by the City of Ottawa Public Art Program. It’s a 25M long display in a corridor connecting the Rideau O-Train station to the Rideau Centre. Admission is free to the exhibition space through the Sussex Dr. and Rideau St. entrance. As Corridor 45|75 is a public space, there will be no official opening per se, but if you plan to see it let me know and I’ll try to join you.
I’m also giving an artist talk at noon on July 21st, at Ottawa City Hall. I’ll be talking about the origins of the work, the processes I used to create it, and what I’m working on now. Here’s a link to the event on Eventbright: