This new multimedia pop up installation engages the viewers by asking them to take a seat at the Boardroom table. Translucent photos, drawings and sculpture transform the typical staid office into a visual sensory journey, drawing the viewer into a decision making moment, an executive decision about the economy of vision.
2060 Bristol Circle, Oakville
Saturday, November 20th, 2-5 pm
Or call to make an appointment.
Who Am I
Timothy Nash Johnston, BFA, MA
Timothy Nash Johnston is a photographer, artist and teacher. After graduating in 1987 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison University, he moved to Mexico City to develop his career. Over the next twelve years, he explored visual projects using a variety of photographic tools such as his own pinhole camera and a new technique of repurposing aging photographic materials, with surprising results. During this time he received a Master of Education.
On his return to Canada in 2001, he continued to teach art and develop visual ideas, creating two more pinhole projects and expanding the use of photo chemicals on exposed photo paper. He has added to his repertoire a significant number of sketchbooks using the humble ball point pen and a large group of small soapstone sculptures featuring fins, wings and limbs.
He resides in Mississauga, ON.
The Fifth Room is the name of the studio.