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Dominique Pétrin / Three Withdrawal Movements for an ATM

Exhibition // C2 - CITY HALL LOCATION

Contemporary Calgary is pleased to present Three Withdrawal Movements for an ATM by Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist Dominique Pétrin. This site-responsive installation finds the walls and floors of the gallery wallpapered with hand silkscreened works on paper, featuring bold lines & colours and repetitive motifs that create a world that is dizzying and hypnotizing.

Dominique Pétrin
Three Withdrawal Movements for an ATM
June 11 - July 19, 2015 EXHIBITION EXTENDED TO AUGUST 2, 2015
@ C2 / Suite 104 - 800 Macleod Trail SE

OPENING RECEPTION / Please join us for the opening reception on June 11, 2015 at 7PM. Artist in attendance. 

ARTIST BIO / Dominique Pétrin is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Montreal, Canada. In visual arts as well as performance, her interests converge towards producing altered states of consciousness and perception, be it through cognitive or visual illusions, or, for her performances, the use of hypnosis. Since 2014, her work has taken on monumental proportions, including the wrapping of a subway station and several other buildings in Montreal. A former member of the band Les Georges Leningrad, she has also collaborated with such renowned artists as Sophie Calle, Pil & Galia Kollectiv and choreographer Antonija Livingstone. In 2014, she was nominated for the Sobey Art Award longlist. Her work has been exhibited across Canada, in France, USA and the United Kingdom. 

ARTIST TALK & DEMO / Contemporary Calgary is pleased to host a free artist talk and demo with Dominique Pétrin on Sunday, May 31st at 2PM, where the artist will discuss her practice, and demonstrate her installation process on the gallery walls using silkscreened prints and potato starch adhesive. 

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IMAGE CREDIT / Pimping Up, 2015, silkscreened paper installation, 18' x 30.5' x 9.5', ODD Gallery, Dawson, Yukon. Courtesy of Dominique Pétrin.

Earlier Event: June 2
Later Event: July 2