Public Talk with Anne Low & Jacob Korczynski

2 December 2017 2pm - 3pm

Please join us for a public discussion of group exhibition s e p a r a t i o n  p e n e t r a t e s with artist Anne Low and guest curator Jacob Korczynski.

Admission is free, and all are welcome.

Jacob Korczynski is an independent curator and the editor of Andrew James Paterson’s Collection/Correction (Kunstverein Toronto & Mousse Publishing). He has curated projects for the Stedelijk Museum, Oakville Galleries, If I Can’t Dance I Don’t Want to Be Part of Your Revolution and the Badischer Kunstverein. His writing has been published by art-agenda, Girls Like Us, Flash Art and Little Joe.

Anne Low is based in Vancouver, Canada. Recent solo exhibitions include Witch with Comb, Artspeak, Vancouver (2017) and Some Rugs and Blankets, The Taut and the Tame, Berlin (2012). Recent and forthcoming group exhibitions include Soon Enough – Art in Action, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm (2018); Clive Hodgson & Anne Low, The Block, London (2017); Dream Islands, Nanaimo Art Gallery (2017); Ambivalent Pleasures, Vancouver Art Gallery (2016) and Reading the Line, The Western Front, Vancouver (2015). Her collaboration with Evan Calder Williams, A Fine Line of Deviation, was shown at Issue Project Room, New York in 2016. Her ongoing project with Derya Akay, Elaine, has hosted events at AKA Artist Run Centre, Saskatoon; Haunt, Vancouver, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. She has collaborated with The Grantchester Pottery as part of The Grantchester Pottery Paints the Stage, Jerwood Space, London, 2015; ARTIST DECORATORS, ICA, London, 2013 and Studio Wares, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, 2013. In 2016, she co-curated with Gareth Moore the exhibition Kitchen Midden, which included artworks, objects and artifacts from the collections of 87 artists.

Anne Low acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
Anne Low vous remercie le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien. L’an dernier, le Conseil a investi 153 millions de dollars pour mettre de l’art dans la vie des Canadiennes et des Canadiens de tout le pays.