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Inner/Outer Space

Cecil Day, Fall Cinnamon Fern.

The creative process helps us understand ourselves, find ways to correlate, share experiences with each other, and imagine new possibilities. The exhibition, Inner/Outer Space features artwork from seven contemporary artists, selected from the Nova Scotia Art Bank, who build resilience through a broader in-depth exploration of different kinds of relationships.

Inner/Outer Space challenges us to consider the many elements that encourage human connectivity and engagement, both far-reaching and close to home. We are invited to join visual conversations that encourage us to expand on our concepts of time, phases of creation and process, emotional and physical healing, honouring ancestral storytelling, and environmental impacts on memory, among other themes. Inner/Outer Space offers a focus on the expanse between us and the art, where we can contemplate our relationships with ourselves, and with each other.

Cecil Day, Fall Cinnamon Fern, 2017. On Loan, courtesy of the Nova Scotia Art Bank.

Artists in the exhibition include Jordan Bennett, Melanie Colosimo, Cecil Day, Séamus Gallagher, Shauna MacLeod, Onni Nordman, and Tyshan Wright.



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