A Light Dust of Land Memory, Worn Topographies and A Synthetic Sense of Scale. 

Topographies is an exhibition composed of several interconnected bodies of work created in Prince George BC during a month-long winter residency. It includes a series of monoprints titled Worn Topographies, fabric sculptures; remnants of the printing process titled Light dust of Land Memory, and an installation with scaffolding and fabric titled A Synthetic Sense of Scale. The curatorial review by Caitlin Chaisson can be found at 

Solo Exhibition as Artist in Residence for the Neighbhourhood Time Exchange in collaboration with Omineca Arts Centre and Two Rivers Gallery. Prince George, BC. Water, gauze, ink, charcoal, fabric, locally gathered natural dye, floor paint. 2016.

© Liljana Mead Martin 2019