An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until April 15, 2023
Burner Herzog statement:
“Near our home is an abandoned sawdust burner, the last one we have been told still standing in Ontario. This abandoned burner is a ‘vestigial’ implement that the logging industry would have used regularly to incinerate the sawdust made from processing cut trees. We’ve often worked toward illuminating the idea that industry and landscape are interlinked. These abandoned industrial structures have long been a major subject matter of our art making. We believe the natural world is conceptual, it is “culture before water, wood, rock” (Simon Schama) and Canada’s landscape is haunted with our industrial past. This haunting is where our work exists.”
-Gary and Victoria
Read more about the exhibit here.
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