Open Sesame Exhibitions
Nicole Beno's Objects of Desire shows a world, a composition, which has objects and things, where the viewer is unsure of what they are or what they do; abstract in form and function in their glossy, shiny state. They could act as a metaphor for consumerist culture, and how design/advertising industries can convince consumers to purchase things they don't need so well.
In Migration, Olivia Ball examines the five-year migratory map of one lesser black-backed gull through sculptures, tapestries, and jewellery. As these works explore the bird’s paths and the traces it left behind, they simultaneously reflect the artist’s experience with a mood disorder.
Open Sesame Events
Please join us for the opening reception and book launch for The Larger Forgetting: Words by Laurie D. Graham and Paintings by Amanda Rhodenizer and Lèche Vitrine...
Join us for a reading of a mostly silent comic: OONA MOON by Cara Vandermey. OONA MOON has been published monthly since 2016 in print and online in The Community Edition.
Join us for the evening as we discuss cycling and city-building. We encourage you to read Building the Cycling City prior to attending (we have...
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