Exhibition

Sarah Crawley, Annie MacDonell, Mandy Malazdrewich THE TIME TRAVELLERS

PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts is pleased to announce the exhibition THE TIME TRAVELLERS, a group show featuring the work of Sarah Crawley (MB), Annie MacDonell (ON), and Mandy Malazdrewich (MB). Curated by Collin Zipp (MB) the exhibition also features a written response from Janique Vigier (MB). Please join us at the opening reception Friday 15 April 2016 at 7 PM. An artist talk by Annie MacDonell is scheduled for 28 May at 2 PM. Both events are free and open to the public.

PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts is pleased to announce the exhibition THE TIME TRAVELLERS, a group show featuring the work of Sarah Crawley (MB), Annie MacDonell (ON), and Mandy Malazdrewich (MB). Curated by Collin Zipp (MB) the exhibition also features a written response from Janique Vigier (MB). Please join us at the opening reception Friday 15 April 2016 at 7 PM. An artist talk by Annie MacDonell is scheduled for 28 May at 2 PM. Both events are free and open to the public.

EXHIBITION | 15 April – 28 May 2016
OPENING RECEPTION | Friday 15 April | 7 PM
ARTIST TALK | Saturday 28 May | 2 PM

Time is a measure where events are ordered from the past through to the present and into the future. Indefinite and continuous events unfold and guide us forward in a linear fashion. Time does not stop, nor can we move through or against it; only with it. In fictional narrative, time travel is used as a tool for changing or altering the ways the standard chronological sequence in experienced. Are there other ways in which we can move through time? Can this linear line be broken to explore alternative ways of perceiving time? The exhibition THE TIME TRAVELLERS looks at these questions and poses more.

The artists in this exhibition Sarah Crawley (MB), Annie MacDonell (ON), and Mandy Malazdrewich (MB) use different techniques to manipulate chronological time in order to disrupt and reimagine narrative structures. THE TIME TRAVELLERS explores attempts to illustrate the multifaceted and complicated nature of understanding and negotiating the perception of time. The works in this exhibition become allegories for looking at non-linear narratives where past, present and future compile, fall apart, and overlap.