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Ed Video at Material Art Fair 2016

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Ed Video at the Material Art Fair – Mexico City

February 4-7, 2016

Expo Reforma – Calle Morelos 67, Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico

Featuring video, sculpture, drawings, and performance by:

Steven Beckly
Hyang Cho
Patrick Cruz
Jesi the Elder 
Amélie Laurence Fortin

curated by Scott McGovern

Magic VS Reality
Up VS Down
Black/White/Grey VS Full Spectrum Colour
Fifth World VS Third World VS First World
Ritual VS Routine
Understanding VS Ignorance
Travel VS Stability
Folklore VS Fiction
Earth VS Moon
Love VS Hate
Life VS Death

Ed Video’s participation at the Material Art Fair is an initiative to provide valuable international exposure and opportunities for Canadian artists.
Steven Beckly works with photography, publications, sculpture, and installation. He explores the human experiences of love and desire, intimacy and relationships through the multiplicity of images and interrelations amongst their meanings. Cultivating the lyricism in poetry, and the power of metaphor, his work investigates the physical, psychical, and emotional dimensions of our intimate encounters. He currently lives in Guelph where he is an MFA Candidate at the University of Guelph.

Hyang Cho was born in South Korea. She first studied at Sogang University in Seoul; received her MFA from the University of Guelph, and is based in Guelph. Hyang Cho’s work at Material Art Fair is courtesy of the artist and Georgia Scherman Projects.

Patrick Cruz (b. Manila, 1987) attended University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, and graduated from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. He is currently a Master’s candidate at University of Guelph in studio art.  Cruz’s art has investigated the aesthetic and poetic relationship between painting and sculpture.  In November 2015, Cruz was the national winner of the 17th Annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition.  Cruz plans to invest some of his prize money in his ongoing Kamias Triennale in 2017 to create opportunities and dialogue for young artists in the Philippines and in Canada.

Jesi the Elder is a self-taught animator experimenting frame by frame since 2005 in Toronto, Ontario. Her animations are also diaries of her most traversed landscape: that of her own vivid imagination. Her practice also includes drawing, painting, murals, sculpture, and performance art.

Amélie Laurence Fortin is based in Quebec City and has a BA and MA from Laval University.  Her multidisciplinary work examines the concept of ‘the epic’ and the desire for the sublime, and has been exhibited around the world.  Since 2013, she has been the Managing and Artistic Director of ‘Regart – centre d’artistes en art actuel’ in Lévis, Quebec.  Thank you for travel support from the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec.
English/Spanish yoga classes will be presented by Jesi the Elder at the Material Art Fair.

Pictures of the booth:

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Here is a full list of exhibitors at the Material Art Fair 2016:

8eleven, Toronto
Galleria Acappella, Naples
Alter Space, San Francisco
American Medium, Brooklyn
Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Berlin
Arturo Bandini, Los Angeles
Beverly’s, New York City
Bikini Wax, Mexico City
Bosse & Baum, London
Buenos Tiempos, Int., Brussels
BUREAU of CHANGE, New Orleans
CACTUS, Liverpool
CARNE, Bogotá
Casa Imelda, Mexico City
City Limits, Oakland
Clifton Benevento, New York City
Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles
CourtneyBlades, Chicago
cuatrotrece, Monterrey
David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis
East Hampton Shed, East Hampton
Ed Video Media Arts Centre, Guelph
Efrain Lopez Gallery, Chicago
eitoeiko, Tokyo
Et al., San Francisco
Exo Exo, Paris
Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland
Gaudel de Stampa, Paris
Gildar Gallery, Denver
Good Weather, North Little Rock
JAUS, Los Angeles
joségarcía ,mx, Mexico City
K A N S A S, New York City
Kandor 13, New York City
KB – espacio para la cultura, Bogotá
Kimberly-Klark, Queens
Kunstverein Toronto, Toronto
LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina
Last Resort, Copenhagen
lodos, Mexico City
Lulu, Mexico City
Michael Jon Gallery, Miami
Muscle Beach, Portland
Natalia Hug, Cologne
Neon Parc, Melbourne
New Galerie, Paris
Parallel Oaxaca, Oaxaca
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Queer Thoughts, New York City
Roberto Paradise, San Juan
Sala Seis, Mexico City
Seventeen, London
Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago
SPF15, San Diego
Spinello Projects, Miami
Springsteen, Baltimore
What Pipeline, Detroit
xpo gallery, Paris
Yautepec, Mexico City