Lot 31    
Paul Kajander

Do Layers Add Volume?
C-print with incisions mounted to reclaimed acid-free foam-board, flashe, gouache
12.25” x 10.125”
Estimate $2,000
Framed by Superframe

Courtesy of the artist and Franz Kaka Gallery, Toronto

Paul Kajander’s recent practice adopts layering and adjacency through compositional, spatial, durational, and associative connections across drawing, installation, sound, and video. Combining material exploration and research-oriented methodologies, his work complicates the ideological context and authoritative status of the image as well as its associated technologies. Kajander is an active collaborator, presenting work as artist duo HaeAhn Paul Kwon Kajander, as well as preparing a forthcoming digital animation initiated with Isabelle Pauwels. Kajander’s work has been shown at Franz Kaka (Toronto), Forest City Gallery (London), Modern Fuel (Kingston), the New Media Society (Vancouver), the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), The SFU Audain Gallery (Vancouver), Daniel Faria Gallery (Toronto), the Seoul Museum of Art, The Real DMZ Project (Seoul), and Western Front (Vancouver). He has taught sessionally at the University of Guelph since 2017.