However, despite the fragmented display and the lack of context for what the actual project detailed, there are still moments of genuine connection in this exhibit.
Yes, it’s pronounced “Baxter-and.” One word.
After all, who has time to examine a sculpture when you’re just trying to get to class on time? With homework and work and sports and everything else that fills up a student’s life, no one could expect thoughtful contemplation of every sculptural work on UBC’s campus.
That is not what GLOVES OFF is. Neither is it experimental or DIY. GLOVES OFF is an exhibition by artists who are also art technicians. This may sound less interesting, but ultimately, it’s far more meaningful.
Baden is a Victoria-based sculptor whose works primarily focus on kinaesthesia, or the physical, tactile awareness of the body and its motion.
“The first time I saw the UBC Pride Installation, I sat down on a bench and started to cry.”
The last year of Catholic high school, we decided to bypass the rumours and just fuck.
Testosterone is not just oddly humorous, but terrifying and poignant. It commits to exploring power dynamics and undeserved ego, and how these things come from society.