The Alternator Centre for Present-day Art is kicking off 2021 with the following installment of the Intermission Sequence showcasing the do the job of two upcoming neighborhood artists from UBC Okanagan’s Grasp of Good Arts system. Curated by Board Member Bailey Ennig, MFA students Brittany Reitzel and Sam Neal will occupy the Alternators Key and Window Galleries. Reitzel offers a body of perform titled ‘Wallflowers’ in the Window Gallery, even though Neal takes about the Most important Gallery with ‘Inland Waters’. Both equally artists strategy their practice in exceptional strategies in which the operates of artwork are shaped by the overall body and the regional environment. Neal offers a sequence of images and cyanotypes in ‘Inland Waters’. As a result of the cyanotype process, Neal explores the link in between the overlapping of drinking water, light-weight, and his engagement with the system, checking out a performative partnership with character that can be visualized as a direct mapping of a place. In the Window Gallery, Reitzel similarly explores the marriage of the human body, the natural environment, and the substance she makes use of. In ‘Wallflowers’, Reitzel offers sculptural sorts out of clay, evoking the material’s malleability. The work performs with the liminal zones of being and non-staying and talks to the interface among the artist’s physique and the organic environment. As a result of clay, Reitzel is ready to check out the softness of the materials, the absence and existence of the body, and the motion from issue to object. Intermission is a joint initiative involving the Alternator Centre for Modern day Art and college students of the Critical and Resourceful Scientific studies Department at UBC Okanagan. It is intended to be a ‘show between shows’ to assist regional art pupils in attaining simple do the job expertise in a qualified exhibition natural environment. ‘Wallflowers’ and ‘Inland Waters’ will be on check out in the Window Gallery and Key Gallery from January 15 to January 23, 2021. The Alternator is open up Tuesday to Friday 11am – 6pm, and Saturday 11am – 4pm. Stop by our web site to discover far more on the Intermission Collection and other programming available by the Alternator.