Curated by DANIEL GRIFFIN HUNT
What holds what when your mind’s eye is a stone’s throw away from being blind?, 2022
Daniel Grifth Hunt makes sculptural vessels that replicate, engage, and play with processes of ingestion and digestion. He has an MFA from the University of Guelph and a BA from University of Toronto Scarborough. From 2015 to 2018, Hunt co-founded and co-ran Y+Contemporary, an artist-run studio and gallery space in Scarborough, with a focus on emerging practices and suburban spaces. Hunt co-founded the plumb in the summer of 2020 with fourteen other artists, writers, and curators in Tkaronto/Toronto. In September of 2022, Hunt will open the doors of Hunt Gallery, a commercial contemporary art gallery located on St.Clair West in Tkaronto/Toronto, Ontario.
What holds what when your mind’s eye is a stone’s throw away from being blind? explores the material landscape of Prince Edward County; the meditative qualities of rocks, plants, water, and the passage of time and features works of art by:
THE PLUMB is a DIY artist-run project dedicated to offering a surplus of space in a city where space is at a premium—particularly for artists, community organizers, and marginalized groups. the plumb is committed to providing exhibition space to emerging artists, fostering dialogues with established voices, and providing a platform for culturally diverse artists and curators.