all our days are full of breath: a record of momentum
March 24–April 8, 2017
Curated by Jennifer Goodwin
Co-presented by the 30th edition of Images Festival
Justina M. Barnicke Gallery
all our days are full of breath: a record of momentum brings together two artists who foreground the body and movement as material in evolving choreographic works. Jessica Karuhanga and Brandy Leary transform the gallery into a place of kinesthetic field work — part performance, part laboratory, part choreographed sculpture. The artists utilize bodies, gestures and related detritus as their materials, mining personal, cultural, ancestral and corporeal archives.
The gap between live performance and physical traces of its movements draws attention to the presence and absence of the body, considering “how performance comes off the body.” — From a conversation with Francisco Fernando Granados
This exhibition is produced as part of the requirements for the MVS degree in Curatorial Studies at the University of Toronto.
Co-presented by the 30th edition of Images Festival running April 20 – 27, 2017 in various locations across Toronto.
Friday March 24, 2017
University of Toronto Art Centre
We gratefully acknowledge operating support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council, with additional project support from Manulife, TD Insurance and MBNA.
Title Image: Brandy Leary, Image credit: Walter Lai
Page Image: Jessica Karuhanga