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  • Panya Clark Espinal
    Fröbel House Chio TV Party Chio Book The Second Occupation Fröbel Inspired Books The Occupational Travel Kit The Terrarium Project The First Occupation Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner Manchester Letherium Jetstream The Jack Pine Remembered Four men whom I never met From Here Right Now The Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — WORKS
    Inspired Books Fröbel Inspired Books 2007 Research and Development Old books are used to carry out the exercises of Fröbel s First Occupation Perforating and staged as historical ephemera The Occupational Travel Kit The Occupational Travel Kit 2007 Tool A traveling studio kit which facilitates the production of Fröbel works of Perforating and Sewing Out The Terrarium Project The Terrarium Project 2006 Collaborative Exhibition The aesthetics of factual authority and the worlds of wonder filled storytellers are meshed in a project about a fictitious institution and its unlikely collections The First Occupation The First Occupation 2005 Installation A screen perforated with a galaxy of Disney princesses and Digimon characters is illuminated with a homespun bathtub drain video loop reminiscent of the night sky Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner Occupations of an Unknown Kindergartner 2005 Installation A display case which stages reference materials tools and fabricated ephemera related to the studies of an imagined teacher of Fröbel s kindergarten program Manchester Letherium Manchester Letherium 2005 Collaborative Proposal The design of a repository for unwanted collections takes shape as a sunken labyrinth of crystalline display cases and a neighbouring disposal tower Jetstream Jetstream 2005 Public Art Proposal Byproducts of a local aerospace manufacturing facility are sculpturally re engaged in a busy urban parkette The Jack Pine Remembered The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 Public Art Commission The pixilated structure acts as a metaphor for the way we build and interpret infinite pieces of information into memories fading and revealing Four men whom I never met Four men whom I never met 2003 Installation Portraits of four ancestors reflect on the mechanism of reproduction and the site of the mother s body as a place which has been occupied by the DNA of strangers From Here Right Now From Here Right Now 2002 Public Art Commission 24 anamorphic images in a Toronto subway shift from abstract shapes to ones that appear to hover in space lending the illusion of sculptural form The Visitor The Visitor 1998 2000 Series of Sculptural Works Found containers act as sites for custom built compartmentalized interiors which take on surprising characteristics First Snow Tokyo First Snow Tokyo 1999 Site specific Installation An artist s shack displayed as an historic site is visited by the elements of nature once revered and depicted by the artist himself First Snow First Snow 1998 Site specific Installation As gallery crews work to install a new exhibition snow begins to fall transforming the utilitarian contents and the space itself into sculpture The Silence and the Storm The Silence and the Storm 1998 Installation Painted panels based on reproductions from a book are mounted over the pages themselves in a testimony to the objecthood of the original paintings Northern Night Northern Night 1996 Public Art Commission The solace of a beautiful northern night and the companionship of friends and song an escape for those who can no longer access this experience Central Neighbourhood House Central Neighbourhood House 1995 Donor Recognition Artwork The collective pattern of

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — PUBLICATIONS
    Marnie Fleming Text by Ruth Kerkham Published in 2001 by Oakville Galleries ISBN 1 894707 02 8 pdf Essay Panya Clark Espinal s Inscrutable Visitor Interview A Conversation with Panya Clark Espinal available abcartbookscanada com For Example brochure With essay by Micah Lexier Published in 2009 by MSVU Art Gallery pdf Arcade booklet Published 2008 by Visual Arts at Harbourfront Centre Toronto pdf excerpt West Coast Line magazine and catalogue West Coast Line 50 vol 40 no 2 Edited by Jennifer Papararo Christina Ritchie and Glen Lowry Published in 2007 by Simon Fraser University and Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver pdf excerpt publisher westcoastline ca Court House Vernacular Modes of Inquiry Artists Projects and Discussions Booklet Edited by Donald Lawrence Published in 2005 pdf Metro The Story of the Underground Subway book Author David Bennett Published in 2004 by Octopus Publishing 176 pages hardcover ISBN 1 84000838 5 pdf excerpt Inventing Tom Thomson From Biographical Fictions to Fictional Autobiographies and Reproductions book Author Sherrill Grace Published in 2004 by McGill Queen s University Press ISBN 0 7735 2752 4 publisher mqup mcgill ca Sheppard Subway Public Art Program brochure Published in 2002 by Toronto Transit Commission pdf excerpt Panya Clark Espinal The Silence And The Storm brochure Published 1998 pdf Essay The Silence And The Storm Toronto Sculpture Garden book Published 1997 ISBN 0 9683685 0 6 pdf excerpt Toronto Sculpture Garden torontosculpturegarden com Panya Clark At This Point catalogue Published 1995 pdf Artist Statement At This Point Essay At This Point Panya Clark Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowned ship tube sponges bulge eerily catalogue Detailed critique of the installation artist s increased preoccupation with the sensual Essay by Barbara Fischer Published in 1994 by Southern Alberta Art Gallery ISBN 0921613652 pdf Essay Retrospective Hallucinations available abcartbookscanada com Out

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — PANYARAMA
    in my way of living and living an art I practice I thought it might be useful to start this experimental journal to help me and those who know me or my work follow the threads of my days and

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — BIOGRAPHY
    works in Toronto Canada She graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1988 receiving the Governor General s Award for her work in Experimental Art and Sculpture Installation Solo exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Ontario the Canadian Embassy Tokyo the McMichael Canadian Art Collection the National Gallery of Canada Oakville Galleries and the Southern Alberta Art Gallery She has also exhibited in England Italy and Spain As an

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — CONTACT
    WORKS PUBLICATIONS PANYARAMA BIOGRAPHY CONTACT To Panya Clark Espinal From E mail Message Please ADD me to your mailing list Please REMOVE me from your mailing list SEND TOP HOME

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Lost in the Wood
    in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Multi media installation in collaboration with Toronto architect Nathanael Gray Laser cut and laser etched Baltic birch plywood wood stain felt 3 D printed ceramic wool beeswax dimensions variable Lost in the Wood is both a sculpture and functional dining space for intimate gatherings of six people It is an immersive participatory environment that acts as a completely unique and extraordinary meeting place engaging with those occupying the work in a sensual and tactile way It is a platform for communication celebration and inspiration Lost in the Wood was fabricated in 2014 by Clark Espinal with technical assistance from Nathanael Gray It is constructed primarily of hand cut industrial felt laser cut birch plywood and 3 D printed food safe ceramic All components are carefully designed to integrate into a connected whole that can be read as an image from a singular vantage point Supporting components such as serving platters and trays are produced from off cuts of the primary production Participants are encouraged to wear the felted clogs provided when entering the work Lost in the Wood is a living art work that can be programmed in various ways to encourage its occupation In some instances those occupying the piece have brought pre prepared foods of their own choosing In other cases chefs have been given the opportunity to create meals that reflect the intent of a particular group gathering Past occupations have varied widely

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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Old Ideas
    House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Lost in the Wood 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Old Ideas 2014 Multi media Installation mixed media 30 x 6 feet Old Ideas is comprised of over sixty objects culled from the artist s small home based studio which had come to contain both the remains of fifteen years of her circuitous makings and her personal collection of sources of inspiration I had come to the point where I would enter the studio with the full intention of moving forward with my work my new ideas only to be submerged with my love of the past my attachment to and nostalgia for the old ideas which I still deeply loved but had been incapable of bringing to complete fruition It was becoming impossible to move forward While I had moments of wanting to simply light a match to it all I decided to completely empty the space and

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