......................................................................................................................................................................................................................
 invisible/visible November 22 - December 20, 2014   Erin Stump Projects, Toronto Canada    In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.

invisible/visible
November 22 - December 20, 2014

Erin Stump Projects, Toronto Canada


In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.

Equidistant 2014

Equidistant 2014

pencil crayon on paper 

80" x 50"

framed as a diptych

Here and There 2014

Here and There 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

28" x 24"

Beastur 2014

Beastur 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

30" x 24"

Grover 2014

Grover 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

21" x 17"

Arterial 2014, Circuit Sisters 2014

Arterial 2014, Circuit Sisters 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

21" x 17"

  invisible/visible    November 22 - December 20, 2014    In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.   

invisible/visible

November 22 - December 20, 2014

In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.
 

 invisible/visible  November 22 - December 20, 2014  In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.  

invisible/visible

November 22 - December 20, 2014

In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.
 

invisible/visible
November 22 - December 20, 2014

Erin Stump Projects, Toronto Canada


In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.

Equidistant 2014

pencil crayon on paper 

80" x 50"

framed as a diptych

Here and There 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

28" x 24"

Beastur 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

30" x 24"

Grover 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

21" x 17"

Arterial 2014, Circuit Sisters 2014

Pencil crayon on mylar

21" x 17"

invisible/visible

November 22 - December 20, 2014

In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.
 

invisible/visible

November 22 - December 20, 2014

In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.
 

 invisible/visible November 22 - December 20, 2014   Erin Stump Projects, Toronto Canada    In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.
Equidistant 2014
Here and There 2014
Beastur 2014
Grover 2014
Arterial 2014, Circuit Sisters 2014
  invisible/visible    November 22 - December 20, 2014    In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.   
 invisible/visible  November 22 - December 20, 2014  In her fourth solo exhibition with ESP, Winnie Truong presents a new series following her continued fascination with hair and its relationship to line. Truong plays within the boundaries of drawing, challenging the possibilities of a single and static surface. Invisible/visible conceals and reveals the internal images within the immediately visible subjects of each drawing. Through hidden imagery, she re-imagines her portraits as X-Rays. This new series consists of layered drawings of blue and red on translucent surfaces. Alternate images are obscured within a single drawing surface, with viewing devices provided as tools for further inspection. The viewer can examine, conceal and reveal the latent imagery, shifting their focus from the invisible to the visible.