Lois Andison – Art Toronto MOCA Benefit Edition 2016 Print
Art Toronto 2016 MOCCA Benefit Editions —Lois Andison
golden on sterling, 2016. *Local pick-up only
*Local pick-up only
Limited Edition Print
golden on sterling, 2016
Hahnemühle photo bright white
Edition of 15
24 x 17 3/8 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto
Lois Andison is a Canadian-born sculpture and installation artist who lives and works in Toronto, Ontario. Her art practice ranges from kinetic sculpture, in which she uses movement to initiate an experience/exchange between the viewer and the work, to video and photography that documents and interprets both motion and time. Andison’s sculptural works address the mediated body and the performative, often involving an element of humour. More recently, her conceptual interests in language as a medium, and kinetic type as movement have led to the incorporation of text into her sculptures. Andison has exhibited nationally and internationally, in such cities as Mexico City, Boston, New York, Montréal, Lethbridge, and Buffalo. Her work can be found in both private and corporate collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank of Canada and the Donovan Collection. Andison is currently an Associate Professor in the Fine Arts Department of the University of Waterloo. She is represented by Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, and Art Mûr, Montréal.
About the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition
Since 2009, Art Toronto and the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada have collaborated on the commission of a benefit edition by a Canadian artist. Each year the limited edition work is made available for sale exclusively at Art Toronto, and has included both emerging and established artists. All proceeds from the sale of the works support programming initiatives at MOCA. More about previous Art Toronto MOCA Benefit Editions.