GUILLERMO TREJO, MFA '12, Tracking Systems, Group Exhibition, Carleton University Art Gallery

Andrea Campbell
Thomas Kneubühler
Guillermo Trejo

Exhibition Opening Reception and Conference Keynote Address
Friday, 7 March 2014, 6:30pm
Carleton University Art Gallery

Tracking Systems is an exhibit presented in conjunction with the second annual AHGSS Graduate Student Conference Access/Restriction. Co-curated by a group of three Carleton University Art History master’s students, this exhibit presents work by local artists Andrea Campbell and Guillermo Trejo, along with work by Montreal-based artist Thomas Kneubühler. Campbell and Kneubühler draw on similar themes, exploring the role of information and the body in a world of increasing surveillance, while Trejo uses printmaking to track relationships between words and phrases on encyclopedia pages.

Drawing inspiration from the conference theme, the exhibit will take place in the liminal spaces of the Carleton University Art Gallery: the first and second floor foyers and the first floor vitrine.

Carleton University Art Gallery
St. Patrick’s Building
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6