FEAR OF PASSION- ART INSTALLATION
Click here to see a video of the installation: Fear of Passion
The concept of Fear of Passion is based on the individual’s journey as an artist in a non-representative way exposing the feeling of success and defeat of challenges along the way. The installation measured approximately 5' wide by 9' tall.
About the exhibition
Fragments bring together several approaches: sculptural installations, painting and drawing. The artists are working alongside one another but are independent voices. With a strong foundation of trust in their intuition, the artists embarked on a journey to create their mark. While the mediums differ, the thought remains the same – fragment. Like a swatch of fabric in a quilt, the works are stitched together to create something greater as a whole.
A fine artist, her dream is to become a watercolour master.
An actress, her dream is to perform Elphaba in Wicked the Musical.
A dancer, her dream is to become Prima Ballerina of The Royal Ballet.
Art is a unique field of study that requires as first qualification passion. Fear of failure may be our greatest villain, for it can be the reason for the end of a creative soul. Our journey is based on moments of fear and the everlasting passion to keep us going. In any case, where is the fun in triumphing without a little bit of fear on our way to success?
After all, is reaching our dreams what makes us happy or is it the trajectory that we have to enjoy?
A fine artist, she is getting her first set of professional watercolours.
An actress, she is going to her first Broadway audition.
A dancer, she is buying her first pair of ballet slippers.
Location: Toronto Centre for the Arts Gallery the now-called Meridian Arts Centre
(5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON)
From March 30th to April 3rd, 2016.