Oil on board
signed, titled and dated on the reverse; unframed
12 ins x 10 ins; 30.5 cms x 25.4 cms
Courtesy of the artist
Eleanor Bond is a Winnipeg artist known for her large-scale painted images of urban and architectonic space, a practice based on researching collective social experience, utopian and visionary propositions and spaces of transition.
Since 1995 she has researched and produced work on individual cities, such as Rotterdam, Salzburg, and Windsor/Detroit, as well as continuing to visually imagine a range of speculative or local conditions.
Bond first exhibited internationally in the 1987 Sao Paulo Bieniale and has since participated in numerous biennials and international group exhibitions with solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montréal, among others. She taught for many years in the Department of Studio Arts at Concordia University, Montréal.
Border Crossings Issue 117, 2011
Exhibition - The Contemporary Art Gallery
Eleanor Bond's Social Centres