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Joshua Schwebel: A Dream In Which I Am You

Darling Foundry, Montreal

June 21–August 19, 2018

Preserving a memory is an active process, one that requires its keeper to isolate—or inevitably dislocate—its constituent fragments. Berlin-based Canadian conceptual artist Joshua Schwebel grapples with the transmission of memory in this exhibition, which was conceived during a research residency in the Krakow home of the late Polish artist Tadeusz Kantor. deviates from the work on institutional critique for which Schwebel is more commonly known. Through Kantor’s namesake foundation, Schwebel studied not only the heritage of the Polish artist but also his

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