Embodied Ecologies
 

Embodied Ecologies presents a retrospective survey of the compelling, poetic, political and hauntingly beautiful work of Saskatchewan artist, Marsha Kennedy. Drawn from twenty-five public and private collections throughout Western Canada, this exhibition explores the conceptual basis and evolution of Kennedy’s art practice through multiple bodies of work that engage in concepts pertaining to the body, motherhood, feminism, spirituality, nature, museology, ecology, environmental sustainability, and colonial impacts on the land, spanning the course of Kennedy’s impressive and prolific-four decade career.

 
 

Curated by Jennifer McRorie; Organized by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, in partnership with the Art Gallery of Swift CurrentVernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon, BC and the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum. Funding assistance is provided by the Government of CanadaCanadian HeritageSK ArtsSaskatchewan LotteriesSaskCulture, and the City of Moose Jaw.

 
  Vernon Public Art Gallery: October 7 to December 22, 2021  

©2021 Marsha Kennedy
Treaty Four Territory, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Last updated October 2021
For further information, contact marsha@marshakennedy.ca