Disrupted Realism opens September 17th 2021 6-8:30pm. The exhibition consists of work from fourteen artists and was curated by John Seed, author of Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World. The show will come to a close on Monday, October 18th.
Featured Artists: Mia Bergeron • Daniel Bilodeau • Michelle Condrat • Valerio D’Ospina • Joshua Flint • Anne Harris • Catherine Kehoe • Stanka Kordic • Aiden Kringen • Maya Kulenovic • J Louis • Nick Runge • Timothy Robert Smith • Zack Zdrale
What is Disrupted Realism?
Disrupted realism is a term that describes works of art made by artists who have deviated from the norms of realism. These deviations, which may involve one or more formal elements – such as line, form, and color – are made intentionally, often through improvisation, to serve expressive purposes. By “disrupting” and expanding the tradition of realism, artists may suggest time, memory, and individual experience or refer to digital, photographic, or cinematic sources. It is a subjective approach to painting that favors perception over seeing and embraces subjectivity. – John Seed
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