Left image: Julia Martin, Coming Down (2015); photograph, 42x56"  Right image: Julia Martin, Spilled Milk (2015); broken milk pitcher/installation 

Left image: Julia Martin, Coming Down (2015); photograph, 42x56" 
Right image: Julia Martin, Spilled Milk (2015); broken milk pitcher/installation 

JULIA MARTIN, MFA '15, Thesis Exhibition, DAYS ENDING IN WHY, AXENÉO7

Julia Martin: Days Ending in Why
August 12 - 22, 2015
Reception: August 12, 8 pm - midnight
Music, Barbecue, & Cash Bar

AXENÉO7
80 Rue Hanson
GATINEAU
TUESDAY TO SATURDAY - 12 TO 5 PM
WEDNESDAY - 12 TO 9 P

In DAYS ENDING IN WHY, interdisciplinary artist Julia Martin identifies the schism of her autobiographical practice: deep melancholia and absurd irony. The fragmentation of the works presented knowingly resist cohesion, instead, through their arrangements and the potentials of space between them, they carry on conversations with one another. Rooted in the personal narrative, the works span across multiple mediums; photography, film, installation/sculpture, and literature. Martin emphasizes both the tragic and the comedic, pacing the show as a play between the two. Also, there are cats.

So many cats.

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