Part storytelling and part art-making, this hands-on workshop explores our relationship to objects, their affect, and the memory and narrative embedded in them. Participants will consider the power of objects in their lives and memories, and will craft lost objects from materials that Ed Pien often uses in his installations.
Limited space available! Registration is required. Workshop is appropriate for ages 12 and up.
This workshop is related programming to Ed Pien's exhibition Shadowed Land, on view at the AGM until January 1, 2017.
Ed Pien is a Toronto-based artist who has exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The Goethe Institute, Berlin; the Art Gallery of Ontario; the Musée des beaux arts and Musée d’Art Contemporain, Montreal; Songzhuang Art Centre, Beijing and the National Art Gallery of Canada. He recently participated in Oh Canada, at MASS MoCA, the 18th Edition of the Sydney Biennale as well as the 5th Edition of the Moscow Biennale. This fall, he will be participating in the Beijing International Art Biennale. Pien teaches part-time at the University of Toronto. Pien is represented by Birch Contemporary in Toronto, Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain in Montreal and Galerie Maurits van de Laar, in The Hague.