conscious | unconsciousness

Kelsie Balehowsky January 7 - March 10, 2016

 Kelsie Balehowsky: Meat, Bathtub, Nude, 2015, digital print, 22 x 30 inches

Kelsie Balehowsky is a Kelowna-based artist whose artwork is focused on the lens-based studio practice and digital assembly. The body of images in her exhibition titled conscious | unconsciousness is an inquiry into the states of being and the human condition mapped through Freudian investigation into subject of aesthetics and its propensity of invoking feelings. Balehowsky focuses on the quality of images which can be considered both Surreal and uncanny as a proposition – and contrary to Freud’s thoughts – that the strange combination of visual elements can in turn reveal the true state of our existence.

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