24 January 2017

University of Waterloo Art Gallery

Waterloo ON
January 12 to March 4, 2017
Reception: Thurs., January 12, 58pm
Gallery One+Two
Exploring themes of intercultural translation, displacement and identity construction, this exhibition brings together a group of Canadian artists from diverse cultural backgrounds whose works examine the immigrant condition. Comprising recent and new works in a variety of media, including site-specific installations, Yonder approaches the notion of immigration through a process of “personal sociology,” moving from an investigation of subjective inquiries to larger questions and shared experiences. Following its recent installation at the Koffler Gallery and Artscape Youngplace, the project crosses beyond the borders of the University of Waterloo Art Gallery into the broader space of the Fine Arts Department, engaging shared public areas in East Campus Hall as well as the building’s exterior.

263 Phillip St  Waterloo ON  N2L 3W8
519.888.4567 ext. 36741  ijurakic@uwaterloo.ca

We wish to thank curators Mona Filip and Matthew Brower of Koffler Gallery, and director/curator Ivan Jurakic of UWAG for assistance in the project.
Yonder has been organized by the Koffler Gallery, Toronto, and supported by lead exhibition sponsor Partners in Art, with additional support from Circuit Gallery and the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.