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Earth Oracles

March 19th - June 25th, 2022

Pondering the meaning and consequences of the multiverse, I seek objects that take me to another world. The artists included in Earth Oracles accept the vastness and possibilities of the universe beyond the known or hidden within the mundane. Rather than fear the unknown, they allow it to inspire an engagement with materials, realities, and histories. They show us transformed worlds of the future and the past and worlds that may co-exist with our own. They tell new versions of the histories we were taught, from perspectives that recentre the margins, allowing justice and inspiration not currently available. They transform the expectations we have of objects by surprising us with perspectives and materials we can’t recognize or place in context, taking us out of our illusion of control over our small space in the galaxy. The works are alternate, not of this world or this version of reality. Form, material, history, and the known universe are all called into question, offering the viewer to enter an alternate modernity

Earth Oracles Opening ReceptionSaturday, March 19th, 2022, 3-8 PM

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Roxanne Jackson, Wild Mineral 2017, Ceramic, glaze, luster, 22 x 9 x 12 ″

Toronto, Canada

Earth Oracles Opening Reception

March 19th, 2022, Saturday, 3 PM to 8 PM

Mayten's Projects is pleased to present "Earth Oracles," an exhibition curated by Lindsay Montgomery and Co-curated by Farnoosh Talaee featuring works by Marissa Alexander, Laurent Craste, Shannon Goff, Roxanne Jackson, Sasha Koozel, Etc.

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Roxanne Jackson, Wild Mineral 2017, Ceramic, glaze, luster, 22 x 9 x 12 ″

Roxanne Jackson, Indigo Kush ** 2016, Ceramic, glaze, luster, 13 x 20 x 12 ″

Earth Oracles: Contemporary Ceramic Arts

By Earl Miller, April 2022

Mayten’s is pleased to announce Earth Oracles, an ambitious survey of contemporary ceramic art comprising a diverse group of fifteen ceramic artists from the United States and Canada.

Mostly but not exclusively mid-career artists residing in a range of locations—including San Diego, Brooklyn, Montreal, and Toronto—the exhibited artists present object-oriented...

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Roxanne Jackson, Indigo Kush ** 2016, Ceramic, glaze, luster, 13 x 20 x 12 ″

Lecture Hall, Gardiner Museum, 111 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7

"Earth Oracles"’s Panel Discussion Hosted by Gardiner Museum

Sunday, March 20th, 3-5 pmEvent Ended

We are honored to present the "Earth Oracles” panel discussion hosted by the Gardiner Museum. Special thanks to the whole team of Gardiner Museum for considering this free public program as an essential community partnership and supporting Mayten’s Projects.

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Earth Oracles Opening
Receiption Gallery

Saturday, March 19th, 2022, 3-8 PM | Toronto

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