Shuvinai Ashoona RCA
Concern for the state of world events has increasingly become part of Shuvinai Ashoona’s art practice. She belongs to the middle generation of Inuit artists who hover somewhere between the old and new worlds of the Arctic, negotiating an identity that is at once introspective and worldly. Her work visualizes an Inuit world view within the context of her self-referential images. She challenges us to relate to life in the Arctic and her own creative sphere. We are pleased to present a number of her drawings.
Martin McWilliam stopped in with trompe l’oeil woodfired jars - the effects and multidimensional construction of his ceramic works are exciting and always determine a ‘second take'.