Châtelaines (tools for curators), 2014

Châtelaine for Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art Artistic Director & Curator David Liss   2014

The Châtelaines are historical forms adapted as tools for curators of contemporary art. A Châtelaine is an ornamental waist-hung appendage of European origin with suspended chains that originally held the keys of a castle or functional daily tools.

FBN Chatelaine tools:
1. USB Stick (Computer)
2. Tape Measure
3. Phone with Camera
4. Notebook
5. Floor Plans


EXHIBITION HISTORY

Museum London, 2015, London, Canada
AGYU (Art Gallery of York University), 2014, Toronto, Canada
De Luca Fine Art | Gallery, 2014, Toronto, Canada

 

 

 

Marvin & Dara Singer Châtelaine for Magic Pony and Narwhal Co-Founder Kristin Weckworth Châtelaine for Art Gallery of York University Assistant Director/Curator Emelie Chhangur Châtelaine for Art Gallery of York University Director Philip Monk Châtelaine for Artist and Indie Curator Derek Mainella Châtelaine for Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art Artistic Director & Curator David Liss Châtelaine for Winnipeg Art Gallery Curator of Contemporary Art Paul Butler 6 Chatelaines (exhibition overview at DLFA)