The Readable City
Opening Reception: Today! (Friday, April 7) 7-9PM at Angell Gallery
On View: April 7 - 29, 2017
The Readable City features installation, sculpture, film, video, collage and photography by Toronto - and Montreal-based artists including Jessica Thalmann of Akin Lansdowne. Curated by associate director Bill Clarke, and taking its title from a phrase in French scholar Michel de Certeau's essay "Walking in the City".
The exhibition presents an opportunity to reflect on our built environments, and consider how, through collective action, we can produce cities in which all inhabitants can say, "I feel good here."
About Jessica Thalmann:
Jessica Thalmann is an artist, curator and writer currently based in Toronto and New York City. She received a Master of Fine Arts in Advanced Photographic Studies from ICP-Bard College and a BFA in Visual Arts from York University. She has worked at the Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto International Film Festival, C Magazine, the Art Gallery of York University and Yossi Milo Gallery.