Thursday, June 16, 2016

Joy Walker | A Circle in Four Parts



Joy Walker
A Circle in Four Parts 
Toronto, Canada: Nothing Else Press, 2016
enamel pin
2 x 2 cm.
Edition of 100









Joy Walker
A Circle in Four Parts [Special Edition] 
Toronto, Canada: Nothing Else Press, 2016
4 Soft enamel pins, plexi box
5.5 cm x 5.1 cm x 5.5cm
Edition of 50 initialed and numbered copies

The Nothing Else Press is very pleased to announce the launch of a new work by Joy Walker. Walker is a Montreal born, Toronto-based artist whose work takes the form of sculpture, video, drawing and printmaking. Her approach is guided by intuition and is marked by a strong interest in process, materiality and play. She has exhibited across the country and internationally. Her work is held in numerous private collections and in the corporate collections of BMO-Bank of Montreal, Grant Thornton, and TD Bank. She is also the programmer of *QueenSpecific, a window gallery on Queen St West in Toronto and is represented by MKG127 in Toronto. 

A circle is divided and rearranged into four quadrants to create this black and white graphic lapel pin. The work is available as a single pin or as a special edition that houses an arrangement of four pins in a plexi box. The original design is rotated, reflected and reshuffled, to create 6 different patterns.

Both works will be available at the Nothing Else Press table at the Toronto Art Book Fair tomorrow, and on the website, here. The pin sells for $8.00 CDN and the special edition is $40.00 CDN.




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