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Exhibition Dates: February 24 – March 6, 2023
Hudson D. Walker Gallery

“Server error occurred while getting Cemetery”  is an exhibition of new, experimental and ongoing mixed-media collaborative works by visual arts Fellows Georgia Dickie (Canada) and Tinja Ruusuvuori (Finland).

Photos courtesy of the artists




Beyond the Beyond,
an otherwhere—
grid of old-growth
+ graphite, shadowstrokes.
We fueled
the prairie-fire, our engine
for art in afterburn
toward burnout,
exhaust, exhausted, hot
to the touch.
O praise the workprocess,
+ stressful as a saint
or scorpion, + either way
the hand is open.

— Words from Kieron Walquist,
2022-2023 FAWC Writing Fellow

Please note: The gallery is available to visit from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Please visit the administrative offices to be shown to the gallery.

Photo: Sara Abbaspour

Georgia Dickie, Visual Arts Fellow

Georgia Dickie makes sculptural work out of found objects that she collects in her studio. Her process of reassembling these materials into new arrangements is based on a logic of eschewing and rebalancing their assigned functions. By staging these intricate assemblages, she not only reveals the inherent limitations of material value and meaning, but subverts the ways we are conditioned to see the world. Born in Toronto, Canada, Dickie earned her BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design University in 2011. Most recently, she was awarded a Visual Arts Fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center (2022-2023). She was one of the recipients of the 2020 Sobey Art Award, the 2014 recipient of the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Artist Prize, and has received visual arts grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and Toronto Arts Council. Dickie has exhibited internationally and has held solo shows at Soft Opening, London, UK; Cooper Cole, Toronto; Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON; Jeffrey Stark, NY; and Halsey McKay, NY. Dickie has been featured in Artforum, Frieze Magazine, Elle Canada, Canadian Art Magazine, among others. In February 2015, she was the Canada Council for the Arts artist in residence at Acme Studios in London, UK. Dickie currently lives and works in Toronto. 

The artist would like to acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.

Photo: Sara Abbaspour

Tinja Ruusuvuori, Visual Arts Fellow

Tinja Ruusuvuori is a multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker with a focus on subjective and creative documentary-making. She is interested in choosing charged objects, images, and gestures that are obeying some mysterious order – and cultivating rather than eradicating that sense of mystery. Through her careful investigation of everyday phenomena, it emerges that these stand as metaphors for wider questions about how and why we live together. With tenderness and humor, she seeks in her work to question a forward trajectory and encourages us to believe in the utopia of now. Ruusuvuori holds a fine art MA from the Glasgow School of Art and a BA in documentary film from Aalto University, Helsinki. She has participated in residencies at the Cité International des Arts Paris and at Hospitalfield, Scotland, while her work has been shown at international film festivals, including Visions du Réel, Toronto Hot Docs, London Short Film Festival, and Camden International Film Festival. In 2019, Ruusuvuori received the Uusi Aalto Award for new talent in Finnish cinema.

The artist would like to acknowledge the support of the Arts Promotion Center Finland. 

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The Hudson D. Walker Gallery at the Fine Arts Work Center has served as an early exhibition space for many major contemporary artists, including painters Firelei Báez, Jennifer Packer, and Lisa Yuskavage; as well as multimedia artists Ellen GallagherJack PiersonTroy Michie, and Jacolby Satterwhite, among many other past Fellows.

The gallery—a former storefront for the Days Coal and Lumberyard— was located at the corner of Pearl and Bradford streets until 2021, when it was centrally relocated to the Work Center’s new courtyard community space. The Hudson D. Walker gallery maintains a year-round exhibition program that is free and open to the public.

The Stanley Kunitz Common Room and the Hudson D. Walker Gallery are accessible facilities in compliance with ADA guidelines.

If  you require assistance to access these venues, please call the Fine Arts Work Center at 508-487-9960 ext. 101 in advance of your visit.

This event was made possible in part by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

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