Ann Marie Hadcock, Snare, 2009. Yarn, wire and fibre. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy of Museum London. Photography: John Tamblyn.


Ann Marie Hadcock

January 29–April 3, 2011


SymBEotic is a spatial structure created from inexpensive craft materials. These materials are highly transformed through tedious and repetitive manual processes to change their inherent physical qualities to a state which is visually indiscernible. This work is influenced by my interest in cross-disciplinary art-making processes that blur the boundaries between sculpture, installation, drawing, and craft. chong qi cheng bao
— Ann Marie Hadcock


Ann Marie Hadcock was born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1979. Her current studio is in Kitchener, Ontario. She has a Fine Art Diploma from Fanshawe College, Honours Visual Arts Degree from the University of Western Ontario, and an MFA from the University of Windsor Ontario. Hadcock is the recipient of an Emerging Artist Project Grant from the Ontario Arts Council in 2009 and a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Grant in 2005. Recent exhibitions include Off the Norm: Fanshawe at 40, Museum London in 2009; and Some Kind of Wonderful, Kitchener-Waterloo Biennial in 2009