Artwork by Kelly Jazvac,  Paper Towel (Bath) (2007)
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Consignor Canadian Fine Art
326 Dundas St West
Toronto ON M5T 1G5
Ph. 1(416)479-9703

Lot #11

Kelly Jazvac
Paper Towel (Bath) (2007)

laminated paper and thread
unframed
45 x 25.25 x 0.25 ins ( 114.3 x 64.1 x .6 cms ) ( overall )

Estimated: $3,500.00 - $4,500.00

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Estimated: $3,500.00 - $4,500.00

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Provenance:
Private Collection
“Paper Towel (Bath)” was created in 2007, just before the artist began to work exclusively with salvaged plastics. The mixed-media work is composed of acid free office paper that is laminated, shredded, and then sewn and woven back to together to mimic a stiff yet shiny terry cloth. The calming, all-white sculptural work at first resembles a found object, but upon closer inspection the viewer discovers that it is a unique construction of found and manipulated materials.
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Kelly Jazvac
(1980)

Montreal-based artist Kelly Jazvac works in sculpture, collage and installation. Her work has often expressed environmental concerns pertaining to pollution, environmental waste, the fetishization of images and products, and the afterlife of human activity and presence. Jazvac describes her own views on sculpture and installation as, “a practice that addresses the way objects and human bodies coexist in the world.” She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including recent exhibitions at Fierman Gallery in New York where she is represented, as well as numerous galleries across Canada, the United States and Europe. Jazvac currently holds the position of Associate Professor in Sculpture at Concordia University.