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AARON JONES — SELF PORTRAIT (RED PANTS)

Scraps from 1960s/70s design book, a book NYC Sex, and 20th century album art for The little drummer boy.
17cm x 15cm
(2017)

Bio: Aaron Jones’ practice surrounds ideas of personal character building as well as the relationships that one may have with objects and places. Dominantly working with collage as a medium, he employs multiple forms of mark making, photography, and printmaking to build characters and spaces relating to surreal personal experiences. Jones touches on family, masculinity and diasporic narratives through this cathartic and ritualistic practice of deconstructing and rebuilding.

Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include: Oakville Galleries, Contact Gallery, Toronto, Ignite Gallery, Toronto, Mercer Union, Toronto, The MOEG, Toronto, Art Gallery of Guelph, Toronto Photo Works, YYZ Artist Outlet.

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AARON JONES — SELF PORTRAIT (BLACK PANTS)

Sourced from article on the Congo in 1968 print of Life Magazine and 20th century album art for The little drummer boy.
17cm x 7cm
(2019)

Bio: Aaron Jones’ practice surrounds ideas of personal character building as well as the relationships that one may have with objects and places. Dominantly working with collage as a medium, he employs multiple forms of mark making, photography, and printmaking to build characters and spaces relating to surreal personal experiences. Jones touches on family, masculinity and diasporic narratives through this cathartic and ritualistic practice of deconstructing and rebuilding.

Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include: Oakville Galleries, Contact Gallery, Toronto, Ignite Gallery, Toronto, Mercer Union, Toronto, The MOEG, Toronto, Art Gallery of Guelph, Toronto Photo Works, YYZ Artist Outlet.

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AARON JONES — UNTITLED (INDIGO TO PALE SKIN)

Sourced from Tecta stock photo archives and a book on anatomy.
20cm x 70cm
(2019)

Bio: Aaron Jones’ practice surrounds ideas of personal character building as well as the relationships that one may have with objects and places. Dominantly working with collage as a medium, he employs multiple forms of mark making, photography, and printmaking to build characters and spaces relating to surreal personal experiences. Jones touches on family, masculinity and diasporic narratives through this cathartic and ritualistic practice of deconstructing and rebuilding.

Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include: Oakville Galleries, Contact Gallery, Toronto, Ignite Gallery, Toronto, Mercer Union, Toronto, The MOEG, Toronto, Art Gallery of Guelph, Toronto Photo Works, YYZ Artist Outlet.

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AARON JONES — HOLDING MYSELF (HANDS ON FACE)

Sourced from hip hop magazine XL, Essence magazine and National Geographic.
30cm x 20cm
(2017)

Bio: Aaron Jones’ practice surrounds ideas of personal character building as well as the relationships that one may have with objects and places. Dominantly working with collage as a medium, he employs multiple forms of mark making, photography, and printmaking to build characters and spaces relating to surreal personal experiences. Jones touches on family, masculinity and diasporic narratives through this cathartic and ritualistic practice of deconstructing and rebuilding.

Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include: Oakville Galleries, Contact Gallery, Toronto, Ignite Gallery, Toronto, Mercer Union, Toronto, The MOEG, Toronto, Art Gallery of Guelph, Toronto Photo Works, YYZ Artist Outlet.

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CINDY HILL — SOFT BODIES

Bean bag, cotton bandage.
Sizes variable (approx. 19” x 7” x 3”)
(2018)

Bio:
Cindy Hill is a multi-disciplinary artist with a BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She also studied at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has recently been exhibited at Calaboose, Montreal and was an artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She currently lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

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CINDY HILL — SLIPPERY FINGERS

Vinyl, cotton seam, chiffon, sewing pins.
29” x 27” x 3.5”
(2018)

Bio:
Cindy Hill is a multi-disciplinary artist with a BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She also studied at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has recently been exhibited at Calaboose, Montreal and was an artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She currently lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

CINDY HILL — SLIPPERY FINGERS

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CINDY HILL — PULL THE PLUG

Rubber gloves, cotton, rope, metal ring, bath plug-chain.
18” x 9 1/2″
(2018)

Bio:
Cindy Hill is a multi-disciplinary artist with a BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She also studied at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has recently been exhibited at Calaboose, Montreal and was an artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She currently lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

CINDY HILL — PULL THE PLUG

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CINDY HILL — FLOOR MODEL

Storm chain, shower ring, back massager, silicone, plastic tray.
20″ x 17″ x 4.5″
(2019)

Bio:
Cindy Hill is a multi-disciplinary artist with a BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She also studied at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has recently been exhibited at Calaboose, Montreal and was an artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She currently lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

 

CINDY HILL — FLOOR MODEL

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CINDY HILL — KEEP ME HIDDEN BETWEEN THE COUCH CUSHIONS

Glazed Raku fired earthenware, salvaged carpet, nylon, nails.
8” x 6 1/2” x 1”
(2018)

Bio:
Cindy Hill is a multi-disciplinary artist with a BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University. She also studied at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has recently been exhibited at Calaboose, Montreal and was an artist-in-residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She currently lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

CINDY HILL — KEEP ME HIDDEN BETWEEN THE COUCH CUSHIONS