Exhibition at the Red Head Gallery, Toronto, fall 2015

Text by Otino Corsano

In her new series of light-boxes, animation and sculptures, Margie Kelk craftily serves up a refreshing artistic formula with clarity —albeit, with a discourse still difficult to trace. Rather than distilling from art history, Kelk’s new collection builds from an unexpected conceptual wellspring. This allows for an essential and unique narrative to form the foundation for her original aesthetics involving the explorations of earthly artistic vitalism.

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