Eli Kerr



Our presentation by Winnipeg-based artist Alexis Auréoline brings together a concise body of work consisting of 3 body-scale charcoal works on cotton canvas and one cyanotype on cotton canvas.
The charcoal works are made through a rubbing technique called frottage, where Auréoline makes impressions from a sheet of plywood on his studio table with charcoal made from foraged maple and white oak.
The works connect conceptually and thematically to woodlands and waterways through their materiality and processes, while speaking to rubbing techniques in printmaking and darkroom photography.

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