Ludovic Boney,  Under the Catkins , 2018  Photo Credit: cfo

Ludovic Boney, Under the Catkins, 2018
Photo Credit: cfo

Constructive Interference

Ludovic Boney
A Space Gallery

Presented by DAPHNE

September 24 - November 2, 2019
 A Space Gallery
401 Richmond St W, Suite 110

Thursday, October 24, 2019 (as part of the Art Crawl)
6:00 pm: Curator + Artist Talk, A Space Gallery

Essay by DAPHNE members Hannah Claus + Nadia Myre

A Space Gallery and imagineNATIVE are pleased to organize Constructive Interference by Ludovic Boney presented by DAPHNE members Hannah Claus and Nadia Myre.

In the exhibition, Constructive Interference, Wendat artist Ludovic Boney brings together multiple repeating elements to create transformative spaces that amplify our relationship to and within the world, whether real or manufactured. Through material, colour and sound, Boney asks us to consider history, its weight, and the relationship we have to our collectively created ephemera.

Ludovic Boney is a Wendat artist based in Saint-Romuald, Quebec. Since completing his studies in sculpture in 2002, his recent exhibitions in Quebec include OBORO, la Galerie des arts visuels de l’université Laval and le Musée d’art de Joliette. In 2017, he was long-listed for the Sobey Art Award and received the REVEAL Indigenous Art Award.

Formed in 2019, DAPHNE is based in Tiohtiá:ke / Mooniyang / Montréal. Their mandate is to increase the visibility and understanding of contemporary Indigenous art, with an emphasis on artists from Quebec. Founding members are Kanien’kehá:ka artists Hannah Claus and Skawennati, and Anishinaabe artists Nadia Myre and Caroline Monnet. Constructive Interference is DAPHNE's inaugural curatorial project.

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