Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky: Midnight Star Market

Light Installation

In the spirit of events like Basel’s Fasnacht, Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky have created a corner store in the form of a lantern. Hundreds of lanterns, laboriously assembled by the artists, represent a cornucopia of products and a rainbow of flavors, as well as illuminated shop signs. The store will gradually darken, as visitors select free lanterns to carry away.

To see at
Klyde Warren Park

Section within the
Dallas Arts District

Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky are Canadian artists who have worked collaboratively since 2004. Both artists have MFA degrees from the University of British Columbia, where they met in 1996. Exhibitions include the National Gallery of Canada; Flux Night (Atlanta); Alter Space (San Francisco); Vancouver Art Gallery; Dlectricity (Detroit); LABoral (Gijon); Dos de Mayo (Madrid); Power Plant (Toronto); Tokyo Wonder Site; and loop-raum (Berlin).

Aurora2015_Rhonda-Weppler+Trevor-Mahovsky_Midnight-Star-Market_Photo-credit-Nate-Rehlander_courtesy-AT&T-Performing-Arts-CenterPhoto: Copyright Nate Rehlander, Courtesy AT&T Performing Arts Center

They recently completed a permanent commission for the Main Street Skytrain station, Vancouver. Recipients of the 2014 Glenfiddich Prize, their work is represented in public collections including the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montreal and the National Gallery of Canada.

A biennial public art event of light, video and sound.

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