Mexican artist, Gustavo Artigas conducted a three day immersion experience, focused on the suppression of elemental works of art to rediscover expression possibilities, as well as a way to challenge contemporary art mechanisms. Artigas’ work has examined complex social relationships by presenting situations, often rooted in disaster, which are structured as interventions, scenarios, interactive situations and games. His works have been shown in international forums such as the Venice Art Biennale, Havana Biennale and Liverpool Biennale.
Eva-Lynn Jagoe and Victoria McKenzie presented Spooning piece during our inaugural ICE Immersion Series, Art & Orthopaedics. Spooning piece is part of Ten Thousand Arms for Bellatin, a collective publication that includes the work of more than 50 artists around the world.
Susan Antebi's work is part of "Ten Thousand Arms for Bellatin", a collective response by more than 50 artists around the world to first ICE Immersion Series, "Art & Orthopaedics", conducted in Toronto by Mario Bellatin, Daniel Canty and Susan Antebi.