Exhibition runs until May 5.
The opening event features a special large outdoor projection.
Disconnection is a narrative on the concepts of “isolation” and “connection” from the perspective of today’s youth. This exhibition investigates the relationships between teenagers and their connection to the world around them, each having different associations with these words.
WW Gallery, a reclaimed space at West Vancouver Secondary School, presents Disconnection, a show that explores the concepts of “isolation” and “connection” from a teenage perspective and questions if these two ideas are really that different. This collection of images addresses their preoccupations with their social positioning, acceptance and confidence. Adriana Kowalczyk and Sarah Blank, senior art high school students, are both curating and participating in Disconnection alongside submissions by students from the three high schools in West Vancouver.