5 February 2013 7pm
Join us for an exclusive studio visit with artist Marla Hlady. Refreshments will be served.
Free and guaranteed to Sustaining Members on RSVP.
Space is extremely limited. Select tickets may be available to non-Sustaining Members for $25.
Please contact York Lethbridge, Director of Operations & Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416.536.1519 for more details.
Marla Hlady draws, makes sculpture, works with sites and sounds and sometimes makes video. Her kinetic sculptures and sound pieces often consist of common objects (such as teapots, cocktail mixers, jars) that are expanded and animated to reveal unexpected sonic and poetic properties often using a system-based approach to composition. She completed her BFA at the University of Victoria, and her MFA at York University. She currently lectures at the University of Toronto. She has shown widely in solo and group shows; and has mounted site works in such places as the fjords of Norway, a grain silo, an apartment window, a tour bus, the Hudson’s Bay department store display window, an empty shell of a building and a roof top. She will have work on view in the exhibition Volume: Hear Here at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto, from 16 January–10 March 2013. Marla Hlady lives and works in Toronto and is represented by Jessica Bradley Gallery.