Between a rock and a hard place

156 Studio Projects is pleased to present "Between a rock and a hard place", a solo exhibition by illustrator and multimedia artist Justine Wong.

OPENING RECEPTION: November 7th 2018: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Exhibition Dates: November 7th - 14th, 2018.
Gallery Hours: TBA

In "Between a rock and a hard place", the artist explores the idea of transition through sound landscapes hidden within a series of ceramic vessels. Like leaning our ears affectionately against a conch shell, the artist allows us to carefully and consciously listen to transition slowly unfolding. What forms and sounds shape our transitions, if only we listened to them more closely? A transition is neither kind nor gentle: it is brute and honest, upheaving and unforgiving. Most of all it is loving, for every transition carries us into a new landscape made of all facets of us."

About the artist:
Justine Wong is an illustrator and multimedia artist who has become recognized for her compelling illustrative life in Japan. She is best known as the creator “21 Days in Japan” in which she created one hundred paintings of Japanese food from her travels. Her solo show “No Hard Feelings”, was shown both around Canada and Tokyo. Her work has also since appeared in The New York Times, Lucky Peach, The Walrus, and The Cleaver Quarterly.

About the space:
156 Studio Projects is an artist run space located in Toronto, Canada. In the heart of Kensington Market, this space supports emerging art and art projects with programming made with the intention of fostering connections between communities and encouraging creative processes.

Between a rock and a hard place

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