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Libby Hague is an established Toronto-based visual artist who works primarily in print installation with an extensive exhibition history within Canada and abroad. An advocate of the pleasures and benefits of travel, she has done installations at two international conferences in 2011; the International Paper Art Exhibition and Symposium, Chung Shan National Gallery (Taiwan) and My one and only live so far as part of Miner for a heart, curated by Yael Brotman for Impact 7 (Melbourn, Australia). She is featured in the British book, Installations & Experimental Printmaking by Alexia Tala and won the 2009 Open Studio National Printmaking Award. She is represented in many public collections including the Donovan Collection at the University of Toronto.
This Artist Lecture runs in conjunction with Libby Hague's solo exhibition Inventing Hope at the Queen's Square Gallery. This is the third lecture in the three-part Fall Lecture Series highlighting the Conceptual Art Practices of the mid-career artists exhibiting at Queen's Square this fall.
Image credit: Libby Hague, Walk With Me (installation detail from Centre Clark), 2015. Image courtesy of artist.
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