Featuring Drift: Art and Dark Matter
Josèfa Ntjam, Luciferin Drop, 2020, glass, metal, plastic and Myceaqua Vitae, 2020, video with sound. Collection of the artist. Installation view from Drift: Art and Dark Matter. Photo: Tim Forbes
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23 March Drift: Art and Dark Matter
Take time to slow down and deeply observe works of art in select Agnes exhibitions. Through a contemplation practice, this experience allows for relaxation and new insights. Deep Looking welcomes Zachary Kenny, Communications Officer at the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute, and a lead coordinator for the Drift: Art and Dark Matter project.
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Zachary Kenny is the Communications Officer at the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute and a lead coordinator for the Drift: Art and Dark Matter project. Zachary works to help develop and promote the activities and programs of the McDonald Institute and provides communications support to all areas of operations. He is passionate about science communication and is always looking for new and interesting ways to engage the Canadian public in astroparticle physics and the STEAM fields. Zachary is an abstract artist and art educator and holds a B.F.A from OCAD University and an M.F.A. in Art Education from Concordia University.