Zachari Logan is a contemporary Canadian Artist who explores the intersections between masculinity, identity, memory and place through drawing, and installation. Previous work that relates to Logan’s current practice involved the investigation of his own body as singular site of exploration with real and imagined landscape.
In recent work, his body remains a catalyst, but is no longer the sole focus of his practice. To acknowledge this rich visual history of his self portraits, the Spaces Between exhibition will be installed around a major drawing from 2010 where the artist is shown standing gazing at the viewer with a single flower in his hand.
Logans “In-Between” Series (1-12) and his ditches of wild flowers are defined by human intervention of roads and industrial farming in to the landscape. Wilder rural areas intersect with images sourced from both civic and private gardens and are realised almost exclusively in blue, as fine pencil drawings on mylar, a colour he associates with melancholy.