Plaza | Camille Jodoin-Eng
Exhibition Dates: Feb 13 – 26, 2017
Public Reception: Thurs, Feb 23 | 7-10pm
Gallery Hours: Feb 24-26 | 12-5pm
The shiny plaza is inhabited by a tower, a bubbling fountain, a staircase and an archway. Architecture is skeletal, busy bodies become visceral organs, while the unseen currents of electricity, air and water become the subconscious. At the Plaza physical space is embodied through architectural elements, while psychological space is personified through an invented visual language of symbols. A wordless language for intuition, emotion, and instinct. The passages of mind and body are represented through the structures that we currently surround ourselves in and navigate through.
Camille Jodoin-Eng is a visual artist born and based in Toronto. She creates optic instruments from industrial materials that interpret the interplay of physical and psychological space. Jodoin-Eng has exhibited throughout Canada and the United States, completed several commissioned installations and recently had her first solo exhibition, Athenaeum, at Project Gallery in Toronto. Follow her on Instagram @camillefuzz