This Monday February 18, Kelly Jazvac will be presenting an Artist Talk in the Post Image Lab. Join us!
Kelly Jazvac works in sculpture, collage and installation, often working with salvaged plastic advertisements. Simultaneously, she engages in interdisciplinary plastic pollution research with a team of scientists, artists and writers. Jazvac has exhibited nationally and internationally, including recent exhibitions at the Eli and Edyth Broad Museum (University of Michigan); FIERMAN Gallery (New York); The Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver); The Berman Museum, (Philadelphia); Koenig and Clinton (New York); Prosjekstrom Normanns (Norway); Parisian Laundry (Montr√©al); Vie D‚ÄôAnge (Montr√©al); CAC Br√©tigny (Paris); and Art Museum at the University of Toronto. Her work has been recently written about in National Geographic, e-flux, Hyperallergic, The Huffington Post, Magenta Magazine, The New Yorker, Canadian Art, C Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Border Crossings, artforum.com, and The Brooklyn Rail. She is represented by FIERMAN Gallery, New York. She is based in Montr√©al, where she is an Associate Professor in Sculpture at Concordia University.