Emily Chudnovsky

Leftover

Floating Sculpture displayed in the Dawson City Dredge Ponds

Emily Chudnovsky’s Leftover is a large-scale floating soft-sculpture constructed out of a variety of natural fibres (recycled paper pulp, cotton grass, wood-shavings, and sawdust). The sculpture is floating in the dredge pond beside Trans North, and can be visited from the footpath along the highway directly across from the soccer field, or viewed from above from the lookout point at Crocus Bluffs.

About the Artist

Emily Chudnovsky (born Toronto, CA) is a Canadian artist currently based in Dawson City, Yukon. She holds a Master of Fine art from the Glasgow School of Art and an undergraduate combined honours degree from the University of Kings College in Contemporary Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies. Chudnovsky is a recipient of the Gilbert Bayes Scholarship Award. Recent residencies include the inaugural Residency at the GSA Highlands and Islands Campus in Forres, Scotland. Recent exhibitions include: Last Futures (Tramway, Glasgow), Consider Looking as an Exercise in Survival, (Last Friday, Ojai California) and Under the Wire, (Upside Studios, Victoria, British Columbia).

Emily Chudnovsky