ACHROMAPATH13

ACHROMAPATH13
November 10-20, 2021
Satellite Project Space

Fanshawe Second Year Fine Art Students:
Joanna Banks, Hilary Crowe, Samuel Echavarria Rodriguez, Daera Judge, Veronica Lee, Libby Moran, Reyna Ortiz Marquez, Ian Thomson, Adam Vanderheide, and Angelica Warwick

Closing Reception: Saturday November 20, 1-5pm
All COVID protocols must be followed. See below for more information.

A wall installation of 40’ holds fragments of individually-shaped acrylic panel paintings contributing to an illusion of a purple-grey toned rectangle.  While the geometric illusion is formed from fragments, the other half of the shaped painting/object contains individually chosen and painted subjects.
Perception of this artwork requires walking the distance to absorb the individual ideas, or while perceiving the geometric illusion from afar.
This collective project suggests our present social condition of living between isolation and an illusionary form of communication.

Open Hours:
Wednesday-Friday 3–6pm
Saturday 1–5pm

Names of single paintings and maker are from left to right:
A HILARY CROWE Something to do with eyes
C ANGELICA WARWICK Floral
H DAERA JUDGE Dirty Bean Water
R ANGELICA WARWICK Jellyfish
O IAN THOMSON Chroma Red
M JOANNA BANKS Shards
A SAMUEL ECHAVARRIA RODRIGUEZ SPIKE!
P RENYA ORTIZ MARQUEZ Calibri in Rose
A IAN THOMSON Chroma Green
T LIBBY MORAN Fluenta
H VERONICA LEE Tainted Water
1 LIBBY MORAN Wheat Shark
3 ADAM VANDERHEIDE Red-fractured

CLOSING RECEPTION: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1-5 PM
The gallery will be open to visitors with a maximum capacity of 10 people allowed in at one time (this number includes gallery sitters). No vaccine proof necessary, no food/drink, masks mandatory, physical distancing mandatory, and no bathroom use for visitors. You may be asked to wait outside until regulation numbers are acceptable for entry.

COVID REGULATIONS
You must wear a mask or other face covering.
A maximum of 8 or 9 visitors are permitted at a time.
Please stay a minimum of 2 metres (6 feet) apart from all other visitors.

Please note the questions you should ask yourself and answer before coming to the gallery.

  1. Do you have one or more of the COVID-19 symptoms below that are new or worsening? Symptoms should not be chronic or related to other known causes or conditions.
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If you received a COVID-19 vaccination in the last 48 hours and are experiencing mild headache, fatigue, muscle aches, and/or joint pain that only began after vaccination, select “No.”

  1. Has a doctor, health care provider, or public health unit told you that you should currently be isolating (staying at home)?

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    If you answered YES to any one of the questions above, PLEASE DO NOT enter this location AND contact either your health care provider or Telehealth Ontario (1-866-797-0000) to get advice or an assessment, including if you need a COVID-19 test.
    If you answered NO to all of the previous questions, you may visit the exhibition.