Time & Location
About the Event
Glass Box Project(s) is pleased to present Gloaming, an installation by artist Michelle Weinstein. The 5'x5' glass enclosure is translated into a strange panorama through the spare materials of mesh and fog. Titled for the interstitial time between night and day, the darkest stage of twilight, Gloaming is a contained transparent horizon that conflates inside/outside and mesmerizing presence.
Michelle Weinstein earned her BFA at Maine College of Art, and Yale University (Norfolk School of Music and Art.) She began exhibiting her work upon graduation and has been shown nationally and internationally. She was awarded a Social Science and Humanities Research Award (SSHRC) in 2014, after relocating from Los Angeles, CA to Vancouver B.C. in order to earn her MFA (2015) from University of British Columbia.
The Glass Box is an alternative presentation space for national and international artists, curated and directed by artist Setareh Yasan. Located in a residence, Glass Box reassembling the tradition of the exhibition space. Glass Box project(s) presents experimental artworks with the aim of generating new ideas and conversations.
Glass Box is located on the unceded territories of the xmkwy"m (Musqueam),
Skwxw7mesh (Squamish), St:l and Sl"lwta"/Selilwitulh nations.