Exhibitions

The Circle and the Dot, The Gallery, Saskatoon, SK,

2022

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Exhibitions

Frame work of Liberations, 2016

Emma USA

Framework of Liberations

Attending Sunday morning flea markets throughout my childhood helped me realize the value in the discarded.  I’m enamored with the nature of the objects generosity.  The objects need not acquire anything, I can see them in their inherent state of fullness. Framework of Liberations is an opportunity to explore the absolute space of the mind in relation to value.  Are we too quick to replace the relationships and objects in our lives that no longer fulfill their conditioned nature?  Do we want more than what one can give? Can we in this pause and have the ability to think about things in a new way.

Working with found objects reminds me to examine my preconceived ideas of the object. For me, new creation occurs when I’m able to sit with my experience long enough to recognize new pathways and potentials for its function, for a new story to emerge. This process provides me with the understanding of how I can commune as a viewer, observing habitual inner and outer thoughts. This basic architecture provides me the freedom to choose new narratives.

We are all creators involved with creation. The notion that I can create objects that one day may become found, influences me to create work full of the playful nature of imagination. I welcome you to return to this space and view new works created through out the residency.

Framework of Liberations was a 4 week installation where Hosaluk’s recreated her studio within the tba gallery at AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, 2015.

https://yxeart.wordpress.com/2015/05/10/movement-and-growth-with-laura-hosaluk/

Framework of Liberations was a 4 week installation where Hosaluk’s recreated her studio within the tba gallery at AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, 2015.

https://yxeart.wordpress.com/2015/05/10/movement-and-growth-with-laura-hosaluk/

 

PURGE

Works from this exhibition can be found under Sculptural Works

The Story Of Six

Hosaluk’s work was part of a group show, The Story of Six, presented by the Appalachian Center for Craft at Tennessee Tech University, August 24 – October 29th, 2012.  This exhibition explored the meeting of characters in a fabled story, which usually happens while traveling in distant lands. How The Six met was not so different. Each artist was invited participant at the 2010 Emma International Collaboration. During the collaboration The Six became fast friends. Learning more about each other they found that the Emma experience was not only the place that they met but was a microcosm for their practice. Exhibition included work from Katie Hudnall, Benedict Oddi, Kent Perdue, Maggie Sasso, and Kristin Shiga. 

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