Drew Tenasco, Jay Bolt, Phillip Fritz-Soehner
Satellite Project Space
February 10-13, 2021
Configurative Isolation is a virtual exhibition from February 10-13 at Satellite Project Space. The exhibition features works from third-year Fanshawe College Fine Art students: Jay Bolt, Phillip Fritz-Soehner, and Drew Tenasco. Fritz-Soehner’s stop motion animations, Tenasco’s digital illustrations, and Bolt’s gouache paintings explore themes of identity, mental health, and isolation while touching on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the subjects are grim, the artists play with bright, bold colours to try and help bring some light in these dull times with approachable works that emotionally resonate with viewers.
This exhibition will not be open to the public. A public Facebook event can be seen here.
Videos of Phillip Fritz Soehner’s animations can be seen on Youtube here.
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