Xpace November Programming Launch

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Join Xpace for the opening reception of our November exhibitions. Featuring Cat Bluemke, Jazmine VK Carr, Colin Rosati, Niki Sehmbi in "100percentreal" curated by Adrienne Crossman, "A Chemical Love Story" by Arma Yari, and "Private Island" by Joleen Toner and Mohammad Rezaei of MT JR.

November 6th - January 8th, 2016
Private Island
Joleen Toner and Mohammad Rezaei of MT JR

MT JR. (Pronounced Mount Junior) is the collaborative practice of Joleen Toner and Mohammad Rezaei. MT JR aims to emphasize on the now: fuck your nostalgia. For their upcoming window installation, somewhere between reality and fiction, the collective will present a plastic, utopic, ideal version of the world, reconstructed and rearranged with the hopes of escaping the mundane and everyday.

November 6th - December 12th, 2015
Cat Bluemke, Jazmine V. K. Carr, Colin Rosati, Niki Sehmbi,
Curated by Adrienne Crossman

100percentreal features the work of four emerging internet-aware artists based in Toronto, Canada. The exhibition is made up of two components; the IRL Embassy at Xpace Cultural Centre running from November 6 – December 12, 2015, and the digital exhibition hosted online as part of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale. Curated by Adrienne Crossman, 100percentreal includes the work of Cat Bluemke, Jazmine V. K. Carr, Niki Sehmbi and Colin Rosati. Working within the realms of both digital and physical space, these artists are renegotiating the relationship between the digital and the physical, the synthetic and the ‘real’.

**Special programming to accompany this exhibition will include a Cinema 4D Workshop with artist Colin Rosati on Saturday, November 21st from 1-4pm, and a Curator’s tour with Adrienne Crossman Saturday, November 28th at 2pm.

November 6th - December 12th, 2015
A Chemical Love Story
Arma Yari

Arma Yari’s A Chemical Love Story explores a world beyond the range of humdrum senses and exposes a glimpse of the transcendental reality produced by the effects of psychedelic compounds. Made up of a series of sculptural works, involving LED and neon lights, infinite reflections, and repetitive patterns, the exhibition suggests that there is more to the psychedelic experience than cosmic images and perceptual distortions.
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