Image description: An installation titled “All my little failures” by Andrew McPhail in center of gallery made of thousands of Band-Aids that have been layered into a mesh blanket and draped over the shape of a figure. Behind the installation there hang three large scale realistic portrait drawings entitled "Activist Portrait Series: QueenTite Opaleke" by Syrus Marcus Ware.
Image description: An Installation view of Alana MacDougall’s ceramic forms hanging on walls and lying on the floor. Each form is organic like and pale pink. Some of them are strung up on the wall with wire cable and small pulleys and some lie on the floor with metal spikes sticking out of them.
Image description: A close up view of Alana MacDougall’s "Tense 1" which illustrates 4 large ceramic pale pink organic structures resting against each other on the floor. Each form is covered in metal spikes that form a grid along the surface of the forms.
Image description: An installation view of Jennifer Martin’s "Shift" series. On one wall hangs a series of five large scale photographs in subdued colors. Each photograph reveals a blurred portrait of an elderly person and is done by layering many different film stills. On the wall perpendicular to this, is a single large scale photograph showing a portrait of an elderly woman done in the same method but containing green and blue colors.
Image description: A close up image of a glass bowl on a pedestal that is a component from Alexis Bulman’s installation “Forward Bend Test”. Behind the bowl is a still of Bulman’s "Jump and Slap" performance video projected on the wall.
Image description: An installation view of Alexis Bulman’s "Forward Bend Test" which shows a glass bowl sitting on a pedestal and a small step stool sitting in front of the pedestal. White masking tape forms a large square on the floor around the pedestal. Opposite to the pedestal is Busman’s video performance work "Jump and Slap" projected on the wall.
Image description: Close up installation view of "All my little failures" by Andrew McPhail positioned in the center of gallery and made of thousands of Band-Aids that have been layered into a mesh blanket and draped over the shape of a figure. Behind the installation is Andrew McPhail’s “I feel fine” - on a large black wall the phrase “I feel fine” in large cursive writing is mounted. The lettering is made from Polyfoam and a pale yellow color.