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Lorna Bauer: What Is Not But Could Be If

LORNA BAUER | WHAT IS NOT BUT COULD BE IF
SATURDAY 01 MAY 2010 – SATURDAY 12 JUNE 2010

OPENING RECEPTION | FRIDAY 30 APRIL 2010, 8:00PM – 10:00PM
What Is Not But Could Be If, an exhibition of all-new work by Montreal-based LORNA BAUER, embeds layers of fragmentation, deconstruction and reconstruction in a series of photographs, sculpture and video. Broken glass, rebuilt porcelain, and multiple exposure photographs of mirrors (among other things), produce a textured materiality that Bauer captures, collages and displays in an installation that questions fragility, and abstractly narrates the linearity of time.

LORNA BAUER works primarily in photography, video, and installation. She received a Masters degree from the University of Toronto in 2009 and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (with distinction) from Concordia University in 2005. She has taken part in numerous group exhibitions and has recently presented her work as solo exhibitions at Gallery Les Territoires in Montreal and in the projection access space at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. Bauer lives and works in Montreal.

Read the review of LORNA BAUER‘S exhibition by DAN ADLER from the October, 2010 edition of Artforum.