Thursday, October 26, 7pm
Royal Canadian Legion – 15 Lorne St.
This address is part of No Ceiling: It's About Time
Sarindar Dhaliwal’s practice, multidisciplinary but thematically cohesive meditations on childhood memories and the experience of migration, focuses on not only how this affects the way we remember our formative years, but also how we recreate the past using personal and autobiographical narratives. The talk will introduce bodies of work that encompass the parameters of No Ceiling: time, seasons, and historical moments. For example, works from the cartographer's mistake series range in time. the cartographer's mistake pieces are set in various eras and geographies: 1852 (London) 1910 and 1948 (Medicine Hat), 1963 (England) and other places: Sydney (2012), Venice, Paris, Toronto and Devon.
About the artist
Sarindar Dhaliwal was born in the Punjab, raised in London, England and has lived in Canada since 1968. Dhaliwal received her BFA with a concentration in sculpture at the Falmouth School of Art, Cornwall, UK, her MFA from York University and PhD from the Cultural Studies program at Queens University. Her solo show When I grow up I want to be a namer of paint colours is currently on view at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Image 1: Sarindar Dhaliwal. The cartographer’s mistake: the Radcliffe Line, 2012. Chromira print, 107 x 107 cm.
Image 2: Sarindar Dhaliwal. Still from Olive, Almond and Mustard, 2010. 3 channel video. 12m 4s.