Kerry Zentner is an award winning Toronto-born visual artist. His work playfully confronts the existential terror of post-twentieth-century being, examining the ebb and flow between cosmic forces of entropy and the effects of our fundamental collective human will to imagine.
In Zentner’s installation, he shows the relationship between living entities and their nonliving environment to be a calamitous playground for pure ontological struggle. Zentner creates a new entropic territory in which the definitions of matter as living or nonliving, and the temporal division between these states, comes under conceptual prosecution.
IWCT is an experiential illustration event that will be on public display at the Gladstone Hotel from March 6–16, 2014.
Curated by Leila Courey, IWCT is a juried exhibition of experiential illustration that features work by emerging and established artists. Selected projects use illustration—or other art forms related to it—to occupy or alter the hotel’s 2nd floor gallery and public spaces, in dramatic, conceptual, and experimental ways.
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