Tania Kitchell

28 April 2005 - 4 June 2005
Opening Reception 28 April 2005 8pm

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It’s a Big White World

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“Snow doesn’t even get born until it’s underneath the life-line of zero. Tania Kitchell lives there. She goes through the O and waits underneath until the snow comes down and falls on her and then she rolls around in it. Tania Kitchell is not made of snow in this photograph but she looks like storm. Which is coming. That is the apprehension of Tania Kitchell, in her element. So Tania Kitchell, to help us acclimatize, will bring the snow indoors…”

-Excerpt from brochure essay by Jake Kennedy

Tania Kitchell, born in 1970 in Central Butte, Saskatchewan, studied in Paris at Parson’s School of Design, and now lives and works in Toronto. Her work examines her environment, with a focus on climate and perceptions of it. Solo exhibitions include Low Pressure, James Harris Gallery (2005), White Water, Galerie Grita Insam, Vienna (2002), and Cold Cuts, Southern Alberta Art Gallery (2002). Recent group exhibitions include 19 Rainstorms, Western Bridge, Seattle (2005), and The Weather/le temps qu’il fait, Galerie Liane et Danny Taran, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Blackwood Gallery (2004).