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Friday, October 10, 2014 — 1:00 PM to 3:20 PM EDT

SculptureNOW brings together early and mid-career Canadian artists representing a range of approaches to the expanded field of sculpture. Organized in tag-team panels with a keynote speaker, this three-day symposium will explore sculptural and installation-based practices by comparing and contrasting various methodologies and approaches to subject matter: from representational to readymade, material to conceptual.

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Sculpture Now with Jason de Haan and Derek Liddington

Jason de Haan is a multidisciplinary Canadian artist known for sculptures, installations, collages and other works that condense varying spans of time and space and different ways of knowing. He earned is BFA at the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2006, and recently completed an MFA at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. His work came to wider attention in the late 2000s with sculptures in which classical-looking busts were given salt-crystal beards, among other works. In 2012 he was shortlisted for the Sobey Art Award, representing the Prairies and the North. He is represented by Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto.
 
Derek Liddington obtained his MFA from Western University and BFA from NSCAD University. Working in a cross disciplinary practice, Liddington’s work has been exhibited in numerous public settings, including his intervention at the AGO entitled The Sun has Always Set From East to West. His solo exhibition, Every moment can be traced back to the first time I felt the warmth of the sun touch my face, opened at Cambridge Galleries in 2013. Most recently he staged a 12-hour ballet for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014. Derek Liddington is represented by Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto.


Location 
ECH - East Campus Hall
Room 1219
200 University Ave West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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