Starting in April, I will have the honour of having a solo exhibition in the Carnegie Gallery at the Orillia Art and Historical Museum. Entitled UNFURLED: Unsettling the Archive From a More-Than-Human Perspective, Unleashed is a durational performance in which I carefully set free the skin and fur of a rabbit from the form of human hat in order to point to the liveliness and vitalness of more than human ecologies.
Other aspects of this exhibition will also speculate on how other woodland animals might redress or reframe materials found within museum archives. If you are a person who loves animals, word play and a little bit of dark humour, I hope you will visit the exhibition and identify other ways in which the lives of humans and animals are materially and psychically linked.
Please visit this link to read a little bit more about what you can expect upon your visit to the museum. https://www.orilliamuseum.org/Unfurled Please note that no animals were harmed in the production of this exhibition