Ed Pien, It Always Happens, detail process shot, 2016, pigmented flax paper with thread sewing, 14 x 20″
Paperhouse Studio is a unique space devoted to the production and celebration of a material that is so familiar, it is often invisible – paper!
Ten established and emerging artists, who thoughtfully use materials, were invited to experiment and collaborate with resident expert papermakers Emily Cook and Flora Shum. They worked one-on-one with the artists, asking the question: “What does it mean to think with paper?” Each artist donated half of the new work that they have created in support of the studio and its programming.
MARCH 10TH – MARCH 20TH 2016
Artists in Conversation: March 18th, 6pm (at Paperhouse Studio, Unit 102)
Benefit Night: March 18th, 7pm – 11pm (at TYPOLOGY Projects, Unit 302)
180 Shaw St, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto ON. M6J 2W5
Gallery hours: Thurs. – Sun., 12-5pm
or by appointment.