Rosalind Nashashibi

Curated by: Reid Shier

Presentation House Gallery is pleased to present the Western Canadian premiere of London based artist Rosalind Nashashibi. The exhibition showcases three interrelated 16 mm film works: Bachelor Machines: Part 1 (2007), Bachelor Machines: Part 2 (2007), and Eyeballing (2005). The distinct and evocative approach of each film invokes conceptions of masculinity, while quietly observing spaces defined by male ethos’.

Events:

Thursday October 9th, 7:30PM | Artist talk at Emily Carr University of Art and Design
Friday, October 10th, &:00pm | Gallery reception for the artist.

Exhibition Brochure
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Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Bachelor Machines II, 2007, 16 mm film installation.  Courtesy the artist and Harris Lieberman Gallery, NY.
Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Bachelor Machines II, 2007, 16 mm film installation. Courtesy the artist and Harris Lieberman Gallery, NY.
Nashashibi, Gallery Invitation, Front
Gallery Invitation, Front
Nashashibi, Gallery Invitation, Back
Gallery Invitation, Back

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