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For information on Marion Nicholl Gallery (MNG) events, check out exhibitions here

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 1, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

2
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 2, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

3
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 3, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

4
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 4, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

5
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 5, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

6
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 6, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

7
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 7, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

8
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 8, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

9
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 9, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

10
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 10, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

11
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 11, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

12
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 12, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

13
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 13, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

14
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 14, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

15
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 15, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

16
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 16, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 17, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 18, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 19, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 20, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 21, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 22, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 23, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 24, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

25
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 25, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 26, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 27, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

28
  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 28, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 29, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 30, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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  • Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates | Your one & only
    All day
    July 31, 2019-August 16, 2019

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Alberta University of the Arts, Main Mall, 1407 14 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4R3, Canada

    Skylar Eyre + Gabby Coates_Image

    WHEN: June 18 – August 16, 2019

    WHERE: Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG), Main Space

    Drawing on gospels, hymns, dancing, ideas of worship Eyre and Coates removes the boundary between religion and queerness while situating the commonalities of these two groups as humorous and transcendent. The church has never existed as a pure entity and has always pertained elements of corruption, but it is not our goal to alienate, as it is to revitalize a culture of a communal understanding of radical love, acceptance and understanding. Eyre and Coates particular form of worship is radical sex, indulgence, sweat-inducing dancing, validation in perverted thoughts and disco music. For this project, we plan to use the iconography of the white pony to signify inaccessibility and myth drawing reference to queer dance culture, Christianity, mysticism, and transcendent states to shatter the barrier of queerness and organized religion. Our intention is to realize a white pony in a life-size sculptural form, using fabric to best suspend viewers disbelief of what they are seeing.26

    Skylar Eyre and Gabby Coates are interdisciplinary artists based on Treaty 7 Territory in the Southern Alberta region. Their collaborative practice focuses on queering their surroundings, drawing on the iconography of the religious institution + collapsing the boundaries between the church and dance culture – particularly the gay male disco circuit that gained rapid-fire popularization and faced imminent death in the early 1980s.

    Presented in partnership with Sled Island Music & Arts Festival.

    Visit sledisland.com/lineup/visual-art for the festival’s visuals arts programming for 2019.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com

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