INTERACTION is a monthly event for creative thinker/makers. It’s comprised of you. People in the community. From Artists, Musicians, Creative Technologists, Producers, Directors and more this is a time to get together, have a drink and chat about what we’re up to, where things are going, and how together we can continue to push innovation locally. Collaboration is a good thing. We like it.
We are really excited to be hosting Jennie Suddick at Interaction April.
Her work is amazing and it encourages an implied narrative exploration and real world interaction. Her work tell stories through miniatures, paper, match sticks, and even a to-scale replica of her teenage bedroom.
Jennie Suddick is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia. Her work deals with issues of identity, place and meditated relationships to nature. She earned her Masters of Fine Arts from York University and holds both a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Advanced Visual Studies Certificate from OCAD University. Suddick has participated in The Woodn't Bees Residency Program (Berlin), The Open Studio Visiting Artist Residency (Toronto),The Elsewhere Collaborative Artist in Residence Program (North Carolina) and Spark Box Studio (Prince Edward County) under the Winter Residency Award. Her solo projects have recently been featured at The Art Gallery of York University (agYU), Harbourfront Centre and as part of Land|Slide: Possible Futures at The Markham Museum and The Shenzhen &Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. She currently teaches at OCAD University and Sheridan College.