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Tuesday, October 27, 2020 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
3228 31st Street
Vernon, British Columbia
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Arts, Culture and Heritage
David and Jorden Doody work collaboratively and create sculptural installations, which often are difficult to decode or get a hint of what the narrative might be. Their sculptural practice's basic premise is to contrast the three-dimensional space we inhabit with the virtual reality apprehended on a screen.
The works they create are more accessible through examining the contextual underpinning of various interesting juxtapositions of sculptural elements. When viewing or experiencing the Doodys’ work, one inevitably ponders the materials and their use as they are varied and often inconsistent with the objects’ re-purposed signifiers.
The works are situated in a flux of screen culture and the omnipresence and proliferation of images, which are immaterial yet representational of three-dimensional archetypes. In contrast, the Doodys' sculptures often borrow the aesthetics of images seen on various devices. Still, they manufacture the three-dimensional assemblages that mimic the appearance of images seen on a screen. The artists commit to experimenting and improvising, and at the same time, they use re-purposed ready-made objects, which complement their hand-built sculptural elements.
Hours - Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm, Saturday 11am to 3pm, closed Sunday.
Please note 10-11am is currently designated for seniors and those with health risks.