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    James R Shirley: Landscapes from the Soul

    Through May 19

    A collection of monotypes and pinhole photographs by Jim Shirley—the iconic New York artist that relocated to Cape Breton in the 1970s and shares the same ragged energy as Robert Frank—adorns the Mount's gallery walls. 902-457-6160


    Through March 3

    Jenn E Norton's world-within-a-world takes over The Mount's gallery space, with "six reflective panels positioned in an inward-facing ring [to] create channels of infinite regress. A dancing figure in the form of a spiraling flurry of silk moves from one panel to another. As the dancer traverses the ring, it appears that the viewer and the figure share the same physical space. Inspired during a residency in Paris, Norton looks to 19th century inventor and modern dance pioneer Loïe Fuller’s choreography and costume design as a performative sculptural object," the gallery says. 902-457-6160

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Vol 26, No 39
February 21, 2019

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