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RAW: Stones of Teeth
Stones of Teeth was an exhibition by Chad Connery and Anca Matyiku that explored the relationship between myth, material ecologies, and the politics of making. The visitor was invited to wander through a saline topography that was simultaneously growing and disintegrating; a constructed space that perpetually made and unmade itself. The landscape, inspired by Nordic mythology, was populated by cast salt bodies that sprouted fragile precipitates and turquoise blooms.
Chad Connery is an interdisciplinary craftsperson and designer living in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chad holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. In addition to the 2012 Venice Biennale, Chad’s work has been exhibited in both Winnipeg and Montreal, as well as featured in multiple publications.
Anca Matyiku holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo, a Masters of Architecture from the University of Manitoba and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at McGill University under the supervision of Dr. Alberto Perez-Gomez. Anca’s work has been previously exhibited in Montreal, Winnipeg, Toronto and Hong Kong, and it has been published in several books and articles.