Ohe’s floor-based series of works such as Typhoon (1984), Monsoon (2006, 2011), and Chuckles (2015) utilize powder coating and colour to induce intuitive touch. The collective movement of these groupings emphasizes the importance of the space around the sculptures, their relationship to each other, and to the viewer.
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Katie Ohe RCA, MFA (hon), LLD (hon) Inducted: 2019 Katie Ohe is a renowned legend in the Canadian art world and one of the first artists to make conceptual sculpture in Alberta. She is a beloved...