Gallery 1C03: KATINNGAK AND I’M TIRED Solo Exhibitions, June 20 - August 5
GALLERY 1C03 PRESENTS TWO SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
KATINNGAK BY MARK IGLOLIORTE AND I'M TIRED BY MARK BENNETT
CURATOR: FRANCHESCA HEBERT-SPENCE
June 20 – August 5, 2022
Mark Igloliorte's exhibition katinngak features new and recent sculptural installations in conversation with video work from earlier in his career. With a heavy emphasis on process, repetition, and experimentation, Igloliorte weaves together concepts and themes that include observational engagement, skateboard culture and public space, and language. Mark Igloliorte is a Nunatsiavut artist, essayist and educator. His methodology also acts as a pedagogy when navigating colonial institutions, activating public space and his own journey learning Inuktitut.
Toronto-based Inuk designer Mark Bennett premieres his work in Winnipeg with I'm Tired, a vinyl wall art installation. Bennett reflects on burnout within the arts, explores the importance of digital communications as a tool for community building in the absence of in-person gatherings and underscores the vital need for critical discussions around identity, community responsibility and institutional pressures.
Monday - Friday between 1:00 and 4:00 pm from June 20 – August 5, 2022 (closed July 1 and August 1).
Mark Bennett and Mark Igloliorte in Conversation with Curator Franchesca Hebert-Spence
June 20, 2022 at 12:00 pm in Gallery 1C03
Gallery 1C03 is on Treaty 1 Territory. We are located on the territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Our water is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.
katinngak and I'm Tired are presented in conjunction with the Inuit Studies Conference 2022: Auviqsaqtut which takes place at The University of Winnipeg and Qaumajuq/Winnipeg Art Gallery from June 19 – 22. Auviqsaqtut [Ouuuv-vick-suk-took] can be translated to cutting blocks to make an iglu, or working together to build an iglu. Auviqsaqtuq evokes themes of collaboration, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, sharing intergenerational knowledge, and building something together.
Gallery 1C03 is grateful to Auviqsaqtut, The Space Between Us, Aabijijiwan Media Lab and Kishaadigeh Collaborative Research Centre, and Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership for their financial support which has made this exhibition possible.
GETTING HERE AND ACCESSIBILITY
Maps of The University of Winnipeg campus, including accessibility and parking maps, can be found here. Visitor entrance to Gallery 1C03 is via Centennial Hall which is equipped with auto-door openers. Doors are locked and visitors must press the intercom button and state that they are here to visit the Gallery. Upon entering, sign in at the Security desk. The gallery is just down the hall and our doors will be propped open when open for viewing. There is a gender-neutral, accessible washroom less than 100 feet from the Gallery entrance.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT www.uwinnipeg.ca/art-gallery