FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 2022, 5-7PM
MACAULAY HOUSE (7th & Princess)
Drop by Macaulay House to see what current artist in resident Chrsitina Trutiak has been working on.
Friday, December 30th, 5-7pm.
Macaulay House (Princess and 7th)
Trutiak’s practice teeters between video, sound, performance, installation, and sculpture. Survival and destruction, resilience and resistance are significant themes within Trutiak’s practice.
Trutiak performs grotesque yet fragile interpretations of the uncanny. She creates psycho-spatial environments consisting of slightly skewed hyper realistic images. Body parts, sounds, landscapes and objects feed her unusual assortment of counter-repressive gestures that revolve around permutations of psychic and social repressions.
As a Canadian-Ukrainian, the development of Trutiak’s current work is impacted by the events and circumstances of the ongoing unjust Russian invasion of Ukraine.
During her residency, Trutiak is sculpting, molding and casting objects, props and special effects to be used in her upcoming installation, Paranoid Parameters.
More info about Christina Trutiak.
KIAC is proud to partner with Parks Canada’s Klondike National Historic Sites for the Residency Program.