WNDW is an itinerant artist-run space that inhabits residential windows in the City of Vancouver with a focus on supporting the work of emerging artists, writers and curators. It aims to bring contemporary art out of self-selecting “high-culture” areas and into the quotidian life of the residential street. The project partners emerging contemporary artists with neighborhood residents who take on the role of gallerist for the duration of the exhibition.
This WNDW featured the work of sculptor TJ McLachlan
In Easy For Me McLachlan continues his deep engagement with the visual language of minimalist sculpture, questioning its (and his) position of privilege in the art world.
McLachlan use of materials is adept, creating pared down, minimal forms that serve somewhat ridiculous purposes. His sculptures function as systems of support, holding up delicately treated paper airplanes, bolts, and other mundane objects.