Acrylic, aqua resin, paper, foam, board
Dimensions: 53.3cm (H) x 58.4cm (W) x 10.2cm (D) / 21" (H) x 23" (W) x 4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Tiny ridges of paper have been placed in opposing directions to create a linear intersection of tension while being further amplified by the casts shadows. Repeating a shale like formation over the dips and twists of the the foam based substructure offers an organic calming effect.
I enjoy playing with the concept of dualities - yet my work is neither this or that - it is both - Strong and Feminine. Organic and Manmade etc...
Wall Sculpture is hung by mounted D-rings.
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Based in: Toronto, Ontario
Erin Vincent (b. 1977, Canada) is a Toronto based-artist whose work draws on a variety of repetitive and labour intensive processes and materials. Things have always fascinated Vincent; attracted to the abject and discarded she de-categorizes them and removes established hierarchies. She explores themes of emotional intensity, intuition and the relationship between things. The sculptures she makes possess their own liveliness and ability to engage and be engaged.
Erin completed her MFA at York University, focusing on sculpture and installation. She holds her BFA from the University of Waterloo and received her degree in Arts Education from the University of Western Ontario. Vincent has exhibited her work in Canada, United States and England, with shows at Christie Contemporary (Toronto ON), Muriel Guepin Gallery (NYC), K. Imperial Art, (San Fransisco) Graysons Contemporary, (Houston TX) and Art Mur (Montreal, QB). Her work is held in Canadian Corporate and Private collections, including RBC and the Claridge Foundation . and and she is the recipient of a Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and a 2016 SSHRC Grant.
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