Hillary Matt: Vitrine works 2016
January 17 – January 27, 2017 | Exhibition by Hillary Matt in the First Floor Vitrines
Hours: Building Hours are everyday 8am-9pm except Statutory Holidays
Hillary Matt (b. 1990, Peterborough, Canada) holds a BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design University. Her process involves art-based research that follows phonetic, metaphoric, and poetic associations across pop culture. Visual content for often large-scale, flat work is generated from her findings. Matt recently had her first solo exhibition Chances and Dangers which featured a dozen new works that included painting, drawing, collage, plaster works, and found objects in Gallery A at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa, Canada). She has also shown her work with Carrier Arts Organization (Toronto, Canada). In the spring of 2017, Matt will begin a project surrounding a Hollywood film titled 3 Women, written and directed by Robert Altman in 1977. She will travel to the Palm Springs area of California, USA to search for and document two mural paintings created for the film.
The artist would like to thank and acknowledge Shannon Lea Doyle for organizing Vitrine works 2016.