Artist talk with:

Eli Bornowsky

Sunday, January 23, 2011

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An exhibition tour at Western Front Society.

Walking, Square, Cylinder, Plane features a new body of paintings that have come out of Eli Bornowsky’s dedicated studio practice in the past six months.

Eli Bornowsky is from Alberta and now lives and works in Vancouver. Recent exhibitions include Great Drinker and Chandelier, Lobby Gallery, the group exhibitions Homemade Polygons, Bjornson Kajiwara Gallery, Vancouver andGasoline Rainbows, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouer. His critical texts have appeared in Fillip Review, C Magazine and Pyramid Power. The label Rundownsun has released a limited edition cassette of his audio projects. Bornowsky holds a BFA in Visual Arts from the Emily Carr Institute (2005). Residencies include, the Banff Centre thematic residency Why are Conceptual Artists Painting Again? (2009), under the direction of Jan Verwoert and the Print Research Residency (2009) at Malaspina Printmarkers Society. He is represented by Blanket Gallery, Vancouver and was a shortlisted nominee for the 2010 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.