Flux Gallery: The Greatest of All Time by Simon Fuh, November 9 - November 17

Exhibition: The Greatest of All Time by Simon Fuh

November 9 - November 17

Opening Reception: Friday November 9, 7-10pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5pm.

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.

The Greatest of All Time is a reflection on sport and play. It uses found sculpture, video and

digital images to explore the relationship between fun and organized competition. Simon is

interested in how societies (under patriarchy) tend to construct a spectrum of acceptable levels

of enjoyment in competitive structures. Games are designed to incentivize winning, and are

often thought of as micro representations of our world. Fun, at the competitive level, is not

necessarily an emotional response that is highly sought after. Simon's work is both a

representation and subversion of this constructed seriousness.

Artist Bio

Simon Fuh (b. 1993) is an artist based out of Regina, SK. He completed his BFA at the

University of Regina in 2016, and has lived and worked in Toronto, ON, and Taipei, Taiwan.

Recent exhibitions include Under One Roof, Mississauga, ON (2018), Very Good Painters,

Regina, SK (2018), and Futures, a traveling exhibition throughout Saskatchewan (2017).

Simon's writing was published in the fall 2018 issue of C Magazine. He is currently the

Administrative Coordinator at Neutral Ground Artist-Run-Centre in Regina.

This project is presented in part with the support of the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

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