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Clint Neufeld Visiting Artist Talk


Thursday, October 20th, 2016 at 1:30pm

Togo Salmon Hall, Room 114



clint neufeld DSC_0164Clint Neufeld makes ethereally beautiful car engines, transmissions, and other mechanical components out of cast ceramic that is decorated and displayed like fine china. In his work, he aims to investigate notions of labour and beauty as they intersect in memory and the contemporary imagination. His work is also strongly engaged with the history of display aesthetics, and notions of extroversion and introversion.

Since 2008, his work has been shown extensively in solo and group exhibitions across Canada

Neufeld was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and grew up Warman. He completed his BFA at the University of Saskatchewan (2002) and received his MFA from Concordia University in Montreal (2006). Neufeld lives on an acreage outside the town of Osler SK, where he also keeps his studio, about 20 minutes from Saskatoon.


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Date(s) - October 20, 2016
1:30 pm

Togo Salmon Hall, Room 114


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