787 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Left: window view, above: detail, photos: Rick O'Brien

Kelly Mark
I Forgot to Remember
to Forget

12.11.10 – 04.01.11

I Forgot to Remember to Forget is a new site-specific, light-based work about the cyclical nature of memories and ideas.

Kelly Mark lives and works in Toronto. She has exhibited widely across Canada and internationally (including the United States, Australia, and Europe). Exhibition venues include: The National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, ON), Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, ON), The Power Plant (Toronto, ON), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver, BC), Saidye Bronfman Art Center (Montreal, QC), ZieherSmith Gallery (New York, NY), Museum of New Art (Detroit, MI), University of Houston (Houston, TX), Real Art Ways (Hartford, CT), Ikon Gallery (Birmingham, UK), Lisson Gallery (London, UK), and the Physics Room (Christchurch, NZ). She represented Canada in both the 1998 Sydney Biennale and the 2006 Liverpool Biennial.


Kelly is represented by Diaz Contemporary, Toronto and Platform Gallery, Seattle.

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