Marian Penner Bancroft: By Land And Sea (Prospect And Refuge)

Adjunct Curator: Karen Henry

A new installation of photographs, drawings, texts and sound tapes. This project is derived from contemplation about, and travels to Caithness in Scotland, and the Dnieper River basin in Southern Ukraine (formerly South Russia), and will question our relationship to the places where we live and where we have come from.

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November 20th, 2:00pm | Artists' Talk with Marian Penner Bancroft

Catalogue published with texts by Marian Penner Bancroft, curator Karen Henry, and a poem by Fred Wah

Touring Exhibition

Galerie UQAM, Montreal. QC - Sept 7 - Oct 14, 2000

Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB - Jan 20 - Mar 4, 2001

Mendel Art Gallery, Sasktoon, SK - Mar 16 - May 27, 2001

By Land and Sea (Prospect and Refuge) exhibition publication
By Land and Sea (Prospect and Refuge) exhibition publication
Marion Penner Bancroft, On the road to Sagradowka, red cows introduced to the region by Mennonites , 1999
Marion Penner Bancroft, On the road to Sagradowka, red cows introduced to the region by Mennonites , 1999
By land and sea, Gallery Invitation - front
Gallery Invitation - front
By land and sea, Gallery Invitation - back
Gallery Invitation - back

Marian Penner Bancroft: By Land & Sea (Prospect And Refuge)

By Land and Sea: Prospect and Refuge is an artist’s project and publication which addresses the relationship to landscape as being at the heart of both art and identity. As an artist using photography, Bancroft situates herself in various geographies, not as representative of the omnipotent view, but as an individual among others and within a personal and social history. Her own views are made up of the experience of being an artist, a tourist, and a descendant, each viewed with its own evolved conventions. Catalogue includes text by Marian Penner Bancroft, poem by Fred Wah and essay by curator Karen Henry.

Exhibition dates: November 6 - December 19, 1999 followed by a touring exhibition.

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