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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Silence and the Storm
    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 Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The Silence and the Storm 1998 installation view The Silence and the Storm 1998 detail of paintings The Silence and the Storm 1998 paintings The Silence and the Storm 1998 detail of paintings The Silence and the Storm 1998 Installation framed reproductions potted narcissi flowers In The Silence and the Storm 64 full scale reproductions of paintings by Canadian artist Tom Thomson were removed from David Silcox s book of the same title Five by seven inch sections of the reproductions were repainted by the artist and the rematerialized paintings were then mounted over the reproductions with a border of the reproduction still visible The installation plays with our notions of what is real in our experience of art and examines our assumptions surrounding authenticity Originally shown at the McMichael Canadian Art Gallery in Kleinburg Ontario

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_silence_and_storm.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Northern Night
    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 Northern Night 1996 installation view on ground floor Northern Night 1996 installation view Northern Night 1996 detail Northern Night 1996 installation view on upper floor Northern Night 1996 detail Northern Night 1996 Public Art Commission Smalti mosaic on plywood panel 8 x 20 feet

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_northern_night.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Central Neighbourhood House
    Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant 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 Central Neighbourhood House 1995 installation view Central Neighbourhood House 1995 detail donor wall Central Neighbourhood House 1995 detail Central Neighbourhood House 1995

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_central_neighbourhood_house.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Captured & Escaped
    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 Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Captured Escaped 1995 detail alien and native wildflowers seed bags and cart Captured Escaped 1995 detail alien wildflowers seed bags cart Captured Escaped 1995 detail seed bags cart Captured Escaped 1995 detail alien wildflowers and seed bags Captured Escaped 1995 detail alien wildflowers and seed bags Captured Escaped 1995 detail native wildflowers well Captured Escaped 1995 detail native wildflowers well Captured Escaped 1995 detail alien and native wildflowers Captured Escaped 1995 Site specific Installation wildflowers fabric cart outdoor installation Captured Escaped was a site specific work created for Fort York a historic military base in Toronto Drawing parallels between the history of war and the history of horticulture cultivation it played off the distinction between native and alien wildflowers Native wildflowers are defined as those that have naturally grown in an area while alien wildflowers are those that escaped

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_captured_and_escaped.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — At This Point
    House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant 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 At This Point 1995 installation view At This Point 1995 detail top of lighthouse At This Point 1995 installation view At This Point 1995 installation view peering into lighthouse At This Point 1995 detail view inside lighthouse window At This Point 1995 Commissioned by the Toronto Sculpture Garden mixed media lighthouse installation 16 feet high The waterfall on the site sparked my imagination Its rapidly flowing waters are mysteriously supplied through the Garden s east wall and conspicuously disappear into a grate at ground level Could this be a cunning diversion of an ancient waterway long buried below the urban landscape A map of 1827 reveals that a river did once flow past this lot Panya Clark Espinal Inspired by the Toronto Sculpture Garden s waterfall and the discovery that a river once flowed through the site At This Point revived history by inserting a buoy and a lighthouse on the Garden grounds The lighthouse was based on the historic Gibraltar Point lighthouse on Toronto Island Through

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_at_this_point.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Covenant House
    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 Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Covenant House 1994 installation view Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 detail Covenant House 1994 exterior Covenant House 1994 Commission stained glass mosaic wood architectural components This entranceway installation was constructed to welcome residents into Covenant House a shelter for street youth A series of stained glass mosaics uses the existing architecture of the building with images that change as the viewer enters the building and climbs the stairs Just inside the door an exterior view of a sun rising against a night sky fills the transom window and extends to the ceiling Climbing the stairs visitors pass a cross section of the exterior wall of the building then enter the interior space where two windows depict scenes of a garden

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_covenant_house.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Like Ancient Pots …
    Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail fabricated plaster pots on wooden shelf at entrance to group exhibition Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail photograph of tube sponges at entrance to installation Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail fabricated plaster pots on wooden shelf Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail doorway to room mixed media Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail recreation of tube sponges lit with kinetic water light mixed media Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail interior of room mixed media Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail porthole under bench with view to spilled pots mixed media Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 detail spilled pots mixed media Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily 1993 Installation mixed media installation Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowning ship tube sponges bulge eerily was taken from a caption which accompanied an image of underwater tube sponges in National Geographic magazine In this piece the analogy to ancient pots is taken literally as physical reproductions of ancient pots and tube sponges are placed side by side First exhibited with the Spontaneous Combustion Collective in a rented office space in Toronto the installation consisted of two sets of reproductions In the gallery lobby the objects were presented separately a poster sized version of the National Geographic photograph was displayed opposite a row of ancient looking

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_like_ancient_pots.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Re Appearances
    Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Re Appearances 1993 view of entrance to installation Re Appearances 1993 detail concert programme collaged in painted hands Re Appearances 1993 view of interior installation Re Appearances 1993 view of interior installation Re Appearances 1993 detail Re Appearances 1993 detail Re Appearances 1993 detail Re Appearances 1993 detail Re Appearances 1993 detail Re Appearances 1993 Installation mixed media Re Appearances placed seven paintings by Canadian artist Paraskeva Clark the artist s paternal grandmother in a reconstruction of her living room The paintings were placed in relationship to some of the real objects they depicted Outside the room hung Self Portrait with Concert Programme 1942 in which Paraskeva Clark collaged an actual concert programme into her painted hands An accompanying letter written in 1945 stated that she used the real programme because it had more power as a message she wanted to send through her painting This signalled a distinct differentiation between the object and its painted representation which provided the context for viewing the paintings and objects in the living room Charlotte Townsend Gault writes that Re Appearances points

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_re_appearances.php (2016-02-13)
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