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Curated by Melanie Egan
January 9 – February 7, 2021
Big Vitrine (facing onto Ontario Square)
235 Queens Quay West, East Side
insideoutsidein takes inspiration from the notion of “future anthropology” and from Gottfried Semper’s 19th-century text The Four Elements of Architecture, which describes the inherent role of textiles in the origins of architecture.
Central to the installation is a series of five handwoven textiles: tongue-shaped panels composed of pink waste plastic. Moving over, under and through minimal structures, the textiles give form to a space that is at once architectural and biological, exterior and interior.
|Part of the 2021 DesignTO Festival|
|Generously supported by|
Meghan Price is a visual artist with an expansive practice centred around textiles. Her work employs material, pattern and duration to engage questions about time, perspective and human relationships with the earth. Price has exhibited and held residencies across Canada and internationally. She is represented by United Contemporary, Toronto.