April 14 - July 9 2017
Glenn Clark. Tic Tac Toe, 2014. Oil on metal, acrylic on panel.
Clark uses ice hockey and table games to explore our relationship with sport, and the odd way it's become an all-but-sanctioned vehicle for violence. Clark's paintings incorporate articulated elements that viewers can activate to cause a slash with a stick, for instance, or throw a punch. Scheduled during hockey playoffs - a time when the game preoccupies the lives of many Canadians - this exhibition addresses issues of identity and transcends the perceived boundary between art and sport.
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