Be sure to check out the Gallery Reception on Wednesday, April 4th. Details Here.
Amy Sallenbach is a multidisciplinary artist and pilot who has frequently left the constraints of gravity behind, one way or another. Reflecting on our world and the nature of time through assemblage mobiles, scientific theory utilizing profuse colour, and observational works balanced by gravitational pull, she seeks a panoptic theory clear of language.
Interspace seeks to create an engaging visual environment, one that allows the viewer to experience the harmonies between the natural world and those of the theoretical and intangible. To bring forth a visual language that explores scientific theory and the history of those discoveries. To connect with the origins of the Fibonacci sequence, how it intersects with the Spiral Dynamics model. To explore theories surrounding the structure of the multiverse,
patterns of thought, and the formation of neural pathways.
Born in Calgary, raised in Lethbridge, she received her BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2001, she fell somewhat off the map for the next 16 years as she raised her son as a single mother, exhibiting throughout Alberta in group shows, art happenings, and festivals.
Currently a member of the Tree Frog Collective in Edmonton- a multi-generational, multidisciplinary, semi-nomadic group of artists and musicians, seeking out and activating temporary spaces. A selection of Amy’s sculptural work can be viewed at the Alberta Branded Gallery as a featured artist for the 2018/2019 show Faconner, all other works by appointment at the Tree Frog Collective.