THE HOURS WE WAIT | Dominic Pinney and Ryan Danny Owen
August 1st- 5th | TRUCK U-HALL SPACE |
Reception August 4th 5-7pm
THE HOURS WE WAIT explores concepts of time, transition, and leaving. The work of Dominic Pinney and Ryan Danny Owen employs methods of fragmentation and fluorescents to explore the movement of light and time within a space and its physical and sentimental manifestations.
In addition to the work in the U-Hall space THE HOURS WE WAIT features a moving public installation with locations around Calgary, locations announced day-of on the Facebook event, running August 1st, 2nd, and 3rd from 2- 7pm.
Ryan Danny Owen
Ryan Danny Owen's work explores loss, queer identity, relationships, and time through the use of the archive, found imagery, text, and installation. His work examines the dynamics of ruins and memorials as a means to explore relationships and an affiliation to the past and present.
Dominic Pinney is a visual artist who primarily explores the duality in order and control, the struggle between systems and the relationship between individuals and the authoritative structures that define our lives. Utilizing sculptural forms and light installation he aims to create a dialogue around the conflict of control, when do systems of authority stop being something that provides form and substance and when do they become constraints that hinder growth and freedom.