An Embodied Haptic Space – Shelagh Keeley

February 6, 2020

May 10, 2020

Free to $10

Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada, 158 Sterling Rd, Toronto

416 530 2500

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Events Description

For her exhibition at MOCA, Shelagh Keeley combines a series of tarp paintings from 1986, a film projection from 2016, and a brand-new ephemeral wall drawing — the latter of which she will create on-site over the course of several weeks in January 2020. In the visceral, site-specific installations she has been producing for over 40 years, Keeley balances the speed and rigidity of digital photography with the slowness and freedom of drawing in an expanded field. At the root of this installation are photographic traces of the MOCA building pre-renovation. Through her new wall drawing, one space in time is transferred into the present, as traces of labour are interwoven and transformed by a gestural response to the site.

Who is it for?

All ages

HOW MUCH

Tickets : Free to $10

Adult: $10
Student (18+): $5
Group of 10+ (self-guided): $8 per person
Senior (65+): $5
Child (under 18): Free

How to get tickets?

Buy online

WHEN & WHERE

 

Date: Thursday February 6, 2020 to Sunday May 10, 2020

Monday 11 am–6 pm

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 11 am–6 pm

Thursday 11 am–6 pm

Friday 11 am–9 pm

Saturday 11 am–6 pm

Sunday 11 am–6 pm

Venue & Address

Museum of Contemporary Art , 158 Sterling Rd. Toronto, ON M6R 2B7

Wheelchair accessible

Paid Parking

Accessible by Public Transport

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