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Significant Forms pushes the boundaries of the traditional gallery, offering an immersive journey into the minds of seven influential contemporary Canadian artists whose work allows visitors to experience an unexpected, reimagined art space. Referencing the art and aesthetics theory introduced by twentieth-century critic and philosopher Clive Bell, the term “significant form” contends that the aesthetic merit of art is not contingent on its realistic depiction of the world but rather on the emotional quality of its form. The artists in Significant Forms highlight this nuanced and multi-faceted nature of artistic expression. Through the selected works of Wally Dion, Wanda Lock, Zachari Logan, Amanda McCavour, Samuel Roy-Bois, Andreas Rutkauskas, and Sami Tsang, the gallery transforms into a space of endless possibilities.

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