ERI 8 poster generously designed by Daniel Lurvey

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ERI 8: INNER/OUTER SPACE

4 May – 8 Jun 2018

Now in its eighth iteration, ERI:8 INNER / OUTER SPACE is Eyelevel’s biennial exhibition of artist’s books, multiples, and printed matter. 

Opening: Friday 4 May, 2018. 7:00PM - 9:00PM. 
On view until: Friday 8 June, 2018. 

See the full website, featuring an online catalogue, shop, installation views, and interviews with the Artist-in-Residence at eri8.art
Find the Facebook event here.

This year’s Reshelving Initiative exhibition: INNER / OUTER SPACE has brought together over 70 works by a group of 40 new artists, and many more from Eyelevel’s bookstore archive, to imagine new worlds, possible futures, and forgotten pasts through the mobile and site-responsive nature of printed matter.

Featuring Artists: Art Krauss, Barbara Scheed, Beck Gilmer-Osborne, Ben Mosher, Brent Cleveland, Bronwyn Mundell, Bruce Barber, Capp Larsen, Devon Berquist, Elyse Moir, Emma Allain, Emma Paulson, Erica Flake, Geoffrey Hewett, Hannah Coleman, Hannah Genosko, Heather Euloth, Jasmine Reimer, Jessy Watson, Jordan Beaulieu, Spencer Julien, Justice Colwell, Katelynne Cagliostro, Kyle Martell, Laura Horrocks-Denis, Lee Roth, Madison Mayhew, Melany Nugent-Noble, Miranda Crabtree, Mollie Cronin, Rachael Browning, Ryan Josey, Scott MacLeod, Suzanne McClellan, Tara Ernst, Terri Whetstone, Tinofadzwa Chiome, Wes Johnston, Zachary Gough, and a selection of many more from the Eyelevel bookstore archive. 

The exhibition will exist both inside and outside of Eyelevel’s new physical home at 100-5663 Cornwallis, where an installation and all related programming will be hosted. 

Offsite Venues: 
Beaver Sailor Diner, 1820 Hollis St
One Block Barbershop, 2010 Gottingen St.
The South House, 1443 Seymour St. 
The Craig Gallery, 2 Ochterloney St., Dartmouth
Alteregos Cafe, 2193 Gottingen St
Seven Bays Bouldering, 2019 Gottingen St
Pramana, 2207 Gottingen St
Java Blend Coffee Roasting, 6027 North St
Wonder’neath Open Studio, 2891 Isleville St

Find maps designed by Daniel Lurvey at Eyelevel and at locations around the city to help guide you to each offsite venue, and keep an eye out for our soon to be launched website and online catalogue, where all updates about ERI 8 programming will be posted.

Eyelevel gratefully acknowledges the support of Canada Council for the Arts, Arts Nova Scotia, and the Halifax Regional Municipality. 

For more information contact Julia at director@eyelevel.art