Kristi Sword and Jonathan Dueck "We All Owe"

92YTribeca Art

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Jonathan Dueck and Kristi Sword take over 92YTribeca’s gallery with an exhibition as part of We All Owe: An Evening of Music, Art and Film presented by Helado Negro and Friends on April 2nd. We All Owe is a night of music and month of art exhibitions. Over the course of the night, multiple artists will engage in a unique collaboration that blurs the divisions between studio, stage, touring and recording. Witness Roberto Lange aka Helado Negro and Julianna Barwick collaborate to produce new music live on stage, while Jonathan Dueck documents with drawings, video and photography.

Since graduating from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2001, Jonathan Dueck has been creating, sharing, and participating in collaborative/interactive art that uses and re-uses ordinary objects, materials, and circumstances to help others to see their world differently. What started as a practice focused around IN TRANSIT: a portable gallery, quickly expanded into a larger project called the IN TRANSIT Centre for Creative Observation which has presented a performance tour with Berkeley, CA musician Half-Handed Cloud, a two month long tea party performance, a series of “world record” prints, album covers, posters, peep box dioramas, a series of drawings based around TV viewing habits, and now a 16 mm film.

Kristi Sword’s work comes from her jewelry practice bridging sculpture and drawing by using each process as a means to inform the other. In 2008 she completed her MFA thesis at SUNY New Paltz in metals and jewelry. Her recent work uses enamel as a method to capture improvised drawings made with metal chain. The use of non-traditional materials also takes hold of Kristi’s work. Styrofoam and pushpins assemble in her hands, losing their individual identity to shape new objects. She resides in Brooklyn, NY.



from April 02, 2010 to May 17, 2010

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