The UNB Art Centre welcomes two exciting installations Cirque de Vice and Lifeboat: An Unnatural History, by Fredericton-based sculptor Kim Vose Jones from Friday, November 3 to Thursday, December 14.
The installations spring from the artist's desire to explore the human condition and the impact of humanity's presence on the planet.
Cirque de Vice is a contemporary take on the medieval allegory of the seven deadly sins.
Lifeboat: An Unnatural History presents an unstable and ghostly vessel filled with sculpted animal forms. These diverse occupants, each exhibiting their own degrees of vulnerability, struggle together to reach a distant shore.
Cirque de Vice and Lifeboat: An Unnatural History opens on Friday, November 3 at 5pm and will be on display in the UNB Art Centre galleries Monday – Friday 9am-5pm.
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