Elizabeth Zvonar makes objects and pictures that think-through metaphor and the metaphysical, often using humour and referencing art history while noticing the discrepancies between the sexes and regressive hierarchical structures. This exhibition presents the works she created while partaking in the BAF Residency Program from January to March 2017.
The BAF Residency exists to offer creative support and professional development opportunities to qualified artists. The program is geared toward nurturing creative inspiration and facilitating the production of work outside an artist’s normal environment through the provision of key resources such as studio space, equipment, supplies, and an honorarium.
Every residency is crafted to fit the individual artist coming into it, and there are differing and specific goals in mind for each one. The final objective of each residency is to culminate the experience with an exhibition at BAF Gallery.