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ABOUT:
Greenhouse Roberts Creek provides s p a c e for art (of many kinds) to exist publicly within the heart of the Creek on the Sunshine Coast of Canada — the traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Shíshálh (Sechelt) and Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) nations.
By working with foreign and local artists in open programming, events, and projects, we aim to foster expanded community by connecting our rural town with a broader arts community.


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CURRENT EXHIBIT

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Maya Beaudry
The Rooms of Time
Opening July 27th 2019 2pm - 6pm

"The greatest hospitality is the one we extend towards our own impressions."
So we wonder to what extent we remain occupied by the spaces we have occupied; the extent to which we have that which has had us.
Mnemonic-being! All-marrow, and all-selecting. Formed like a lattice of what is considered necessary.
And yet, whose ulterior pursuit is to remain porous to all that isn't necessary, at all...
Mnemonic-being: of ambiguous interest; an undiscriminating capacity. Encompassing, embalming, antiseptic: like Myrrh.
Observe the Euclidian conduct of neuronal folds, extending into space by way of condensing rather than stretching!
Recall that "to contain" is not "to present."
Mnemonic-being: also, as hospitable as it is without.

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How tightly they are bound before we would think to call them petals.
The bare tree says: for anything I've shown, my lessening of it is just as much my own.
We imagine a time when fecundity is no longer an antithesis of resolution.

Exhibition text by Hannah Acton

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Maya Beaudry uses sculpture, painting, installation, textile and video to build a language of accumulated interior space. Her work explores memory, architecture, dream time, growth, trip space, entropy and loss. She received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2017 and a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2013.

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FIND US:
In the little greenhouse between the Gumboot Restaurant and Cafe (behind the parking lot between 1041 and 1053 Roberts Creek Rd, Roberts Creek, BC V0N 2W0)

HOURS:
Shows are viewable everyday through the windows, during inconsistent gallery hours (ie whenever we are around), and/or by contacting us to arrange a visit.

CONTACT:
greenhouserobertscreek@gmail.com


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