Big thanks to the folks at Harcourt House Gallery for all the support in creating this exhibition! "HEY NOW(s), WELLNESS CHECK(s), and other improbable obsessions" will be up April 20 - May 20. Visit http://harcourthouse.ab.ca/ for more info.
The exhibition "Pine Cones in Soft Mouths" is now open at Casa Public Art Gallery in Lethbridge! The exhibit will be up until April 15th. Thanks to the Herald for the article about the show: http://lethbridgeherald.com/news/lethbridge-news/2017/03/05/local-artist-examines-physical-existence-in-the-digital-age/
Honored to be a part of the Body as Site Residency and the Women's March on Tunnel/Sleeping Buffalo Mountain at the Banff Centre today.
In October I was in Dawson City, Yukon, as Artist in Residence with the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. And it was beautiful. http://kiac.ca/
I'm thrilled to have work included in this years Feminist Art Conference exhibition: Looking Forward, Looking Back. I wish that I could attend the conference. If you're in Toronto this September, then you should definitely make it your business!
Very excited to be involved with The Works again this year! I'll be on site in Churchill Square for the first few days of the festival creating an installation: Paper Leaves/Warm Small Hands. Here she is getting ready:
Incorporating the languages of painting, sculpture, video and installation, Mandy Espezel’s new exhibition Inappropriate Intensities is invested in a dialogue between materialist and intuitive process, mimetic representations, and psychological/emotional embodiments. Cycling amongst themes of identity, memory, sexuality, and anxiety, the work inhabits a dark and playful place; at once joyful, and deeply vulnerable.
Inappropriate Intensities will be on view at the Trianon Gallery (104 – 5th Street South, Lethbridge, AB) February 14th – April 3rd.