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Now on view in the Main Gallery of the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Levi Glass’ solo exhibition 'Legroom for Daydreaming' explores the alternative form and function of common objects as pseudo-technological devices.

As a Canadian artist of Métis and German descent, Glass has found his own hybrid European and Métis identity to be at the root of his interest in altering common household items. Familiar yet strange, the works in this exhibition changes consumer material into failed-luxury objects to provide a dissimilar experience of the domestic objects we are accustomed to interacting with. 
By altering familiar forms with mechanics, optics, photography, and staging with one another, Legroom for Daydreaming provides a dissimilar experience of the domestic objects we are accustomed to interacting with.

Runs weekly Tuesday-Saturday. 

On Saturdays, the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art closes at 4 pm.