View photos from our “Showcasing our Artists in Residence” event held Sept. 16

Cindy Blasevic and Julie Lassonde

The creativity and talent of two former Artists in Residence Cindy Blažević (2013-14) (left) and Julie Lassonde (2014-15) were showcased at the Law School on Sept. 16. View photos.

Lassonde, a lawyer and performance artist, gave a 10-minute Counterbalance performance nvolving a 12-foot long seesaw made of steel and recycled wood as well as movement, the manipulation of objects and a sound recording. Lassonde will repeat her public performance on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. in the Law School’s Gowlings Hall.

Blažević, a Toronto-based visual artist, discussed her 600-square-foot installation of the photograph Colonialism, Continued 2013, that has been wrapped around the exterior of the Law School’s east-facing glass structure.

Blažević’s residency resulted in the photo-based artwork, Through a Prison System, Darkly: Criminal Justice Through the Lens of Kingston Penitentiary, which appears on Her installation at Osgoode will be on exhibit until March 2016.