Site, Sight, Cite

Bruce Montcombroux’s exhibition considers what it means to be somewhere – how we inhabit, observe, and describe a place. His drawings and sculptures depict cobbled-together structures that combine elements from physical, textual, and digital realms. Motivated in part by Northrup Frye’s statement that Canadian identity can be summed up in the question “where is here?” Montcombroux’s works explore identity, geography, landscape, and place-making in the 21st century.

Curated by Blair Fornwald, Assistant Curator