po⋅lar⋅i⋅ty [poh-lar-i-tee, puh-] -noun
a. the property or characteristic that produces unequal physical effects at different points in a body or system, as a magnet or storage battery.
b. the positive or negative state in which a body reacts to a magnetic, electric, or other field.
2. the presence or manifestation of two opposite or contrasting principles or tendencies.
a. (of words, phrases, or sentences) positive or negative character.
b. polar opposition.
Po-lar-i-ty, an art exhibition which explores ideas surrounding polarity and dichotomy, specifically with regard to traditional women’s roles, activities and rituals.
A group art exhibition of sculpture, glass, photography, multiples and installation by: Leanne Eisen. Emma Gerard. Alexandra Mainella. Kim Stanford. Curated by Stephanie Cormier and Tara Bursey
Please come check this one out.
Where: Launch Projects, 404 Adelaide St. West, Toronto
When: June 17 – 28
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 5
Thursday June 18th, 6-9