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Artist Talk with Miruna Roxana Dragan

Date & Time:
October 19, 2018 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Art Building 672

“magicians of metallurgy
understand the mysteries of liquefying stone
strong as steel and lighter
infinitely malleable
aluminum’s counterpart is mercury
the interpreter
the molybdomantic messenger
the psychopomp leading souls of the dead to new destinations
with the material of airplanes and space ships”

- Marianne Shaneen - from the accompanying exhibition text of Everywhere Possible Therefore True, 2017

This talk is free and open to the public.

Presented as part of Art Now: Visiting Artist & Scholar Series

About Miruna Dragan

Miruna Dragan's works reflect themes of dispersion and transcendence through a broad range of methods and materials toward a subjective reimagining of archetypal myths and landscapes. Recent exhibitions include Museo de la Ciudad in Queretaro Mexico (2012), the Esker Foundation in Calgary (2013), G Gallery in Toronto (2014), Nanaimo Art Gallery (2015), Southern Alberta Art Gallery in Lethbridge (2016-17), Nickle Galleries at University of Calgary (2017), and Blackwood Gallery at University of Toronto Mississauga (Fall 2018). Miruna is also Associate Professor in the School of Visual Art at the Alberta College of Art & Design.

Image: Miruna Dragan, In the sage telestic waters... I see... (detail), 2017, water-cast aluminum mobile, dimensions variable, photo by Nicole Kelly Westman.