Flux Gallery: Fifth Kingdom by Meganelizabeth Diamond, March 13 - 23

Exhibition: Fifth Kingdom Meganelizabeth Diamond

March 13 - March 23

Opening Reception: March 13th 7-10pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12-5

Flux Gallery exhibits engaging contemporary art in any medium by early-stage emerging artists. Located in Winnipeg at 2-290 McDermot Avenue, within aceartinc., Flux Gallery seeks to address the lack of exhibition space for this group by providing a 400 square foot space dedicated exclusively to the exhibition of work by early-emerging artists.

A solo exhibition of work by Meganelizabeth Diamond. Join us for the opening reception of "Fifth Kingdom" March 13th from 7-10pm.

The "Fifth Kingdom", according to LIFE's "A Guide to The Natural World" is the inanimate world of rocks and minerals. This "Fifth Kingdom" is a photo-based exploration that looks at the mining of bits of stone, quartz and other natural materials as they are extracted within the inorganic, digital world. Collaged pieces of rocks and crystals take on new forms, presenting themselves as failed optical illusions and patterns mimicking autostereograms (Magic Eye images).

Meganelizabeth Diamond is an interdisciplinary artist from Hazelridge, Manitoba currently based out of Camp Morton, Manitoba. Her practice utilizes both analog and digital forms of image capturing, collaging, and film-making. She is a collective member of Open City Cinema and co-programs the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival. Her work has shown throughout artist run centres and festivals across Canada and the United States. Meganelizabeth sits on the board of directors of PLATFORM photographic centre + digital arts and she has completed her BFA at the University of Manitoba.

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Accessibility:

The gallery's building is not fully accessible. There are 5 steps before the elevator. For details visit: https://www.aceart.org/contact-access#accessibility or call (204) 944-9763. Staff are very happy to assist in any way we can. Please let us know of any arrangements that would make your visit as comfortable as possible.