Join exhibiting artist Kelly Jazvac for an informal tour and Q&A within her work, Time Scale, located on MOCA’s Ground Floor in the North End Gallery. Jazvac will delve into the work’s conceptual nature and materiality, as well as expand on the future of her artistic practice. Time Scale interrogates our relationship with images, consumerism, and plastics, connecting the ways in which our behaviours and attitudes have shaped and enabled the climate crisis.
The programme will be taking place during MOCA’s final Free Friday Night powered by Scotiabank, where you can also enjoy a cocktail from the evening’s bar activation partner, Bar Mordecai.
About the Artist
Kelly Jazvac is a Canadian artist based in Montréal, Canada. She is part of a plastic pollution research team called The Synthetic Collective, which includes scientists, artists, art historians, philosophers, and writers. Jazvac has exhibited internationally, including at Musée D’Art Contemporain (Montréal), Museum of Modern Art (New York), Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Eli and Edyth Broad Museum (East Lansing), Ujazdowski Castle CCA (Warsaw), and FIERMAN Gallery (New York).