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On NowThu 2nd Dec, 2021
until Fri 24th Dec, 2021
Bushed, is a collection of solarized analogue photo-sculptures presenting a romantic, if not dazed glimpse into the traditional territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in and it’s intersectional, alternative, queer, d.i.y., off-grid, transient population. Consisting primarily of portraiture, landscapes and northern stills; the work explores a drift between dystopic delirium and idealized rural living; a moment to investigate real (or imagined) self-sustaining remote communities.
Justin Apperley is an artist based in the traditional territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (Dawson City, Yukon Territory), and explores narratives of celebration and counter-cultural empowerment, predominantly within a rural setting. Working with photography, sculpture and print media, Apperley’s practice deals with emerging themes of climate change, nomadic futures and alternative survival strategies. Apperley holds an MFA at The Glasgow School of Art and a Bachelor of Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design and the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Selected exhibitions include Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019, Leeds Art Gallery & South London Gallery, Leeds & London, UK(2019), Last Futures, Tramway, Glasgow, UK(2018), and Silver Linings, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, CA(2020). Apperley was recently long listed for the Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award 202...
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