2 Exhibitions | Jordan Beaulieu & Damien Worth

August 20 – September 302019

Opening Reception | August 20 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM

The Guild
111 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE

In partnership with The Guild, this town is small presents two new solo exhibitions by Jordan Beaulieu and Damien Worth, on view from August 20 – September 30 at The Guild.


Land of Plenty | Jordan Beaulieu

This show is a small collection of my recent drawings and bookworks. In my practice I focus on how sequential and visual-verbal art forms can be used (and misused) to create new narrative and poetic structures. These narratives are not so much linear paths as associative clusters; their accumulation is intended to give the viewer an impression of place, timeframe, mindset, and the way these are mediated through the perspective of the narrator. Often my work investigates how a person may be commanded by their environment by examining the agency of place and its potential to powerfully affect temperament and perspective. Drawing from both autobiographical and imagined encounters, I engage with the relationship between material and make-believe worlds to explore how fiction may be used as a mediating point between artist and viewer.

These works are also inspired by the hybrid relationship between contemporary art and the transient products of independent publishing. My approach to art making combines traditional exhibition practices with a DIY ethos, with the aim to explore and challenge the relationship art has to its own precarious definitions. This includes developing intersections between art and conventionally lowbrow forms of popular and ephemeral medias including comics, zines, and amateur video.


Rural Alchemy| Damien Worth

Following a move to rural PEI six years ago, Belfast artist, Damien Worth began a project that looked to rural locations, objects, and traditions as subject matter. Rural Alchemy presents a selection of new digital-based work that re-contextualizes documented and found images. “I find that the idea of taking these images of isolated places and incidents, and bringing them together to create new pseudo-communities serves as an entry point to discuss rural identity”.


Venue Access:
Tuesday to Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 – 8:00 PM
Sunday & Monday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM

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