Friday October 17th 2014 to Sunday November 23rd 2014
October 17 – November 23, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday October 17, 7-10pm
Referencing time lapse footage of growing plants, of underwater life forms in movement, this series aims to condense naturally existing forms and their movement into one image frame. Abstractions of feathers, jellyfish, tsunamis or overgrown foliage, these constructed forms describe the lapse between disparate natural environments and bring to focus what is inherent in all of nature.
Shea Chang is a Toronto based artist and designer. Born in Vancouver, she studied fine art at Langara College and completed her undergraduate studies in illustration at Ontario College of Art and Design University. Her editorial illustrations have appeared in numerous publications in North America and her illustrated children’s book Tarentelle was a finalist in the 2011 Governor Generals Awards. She now maintains a dynamic creative practice through commissions and exhibiting personal work while teaching at OCAD University.