+15 WINDOW EXHIBITION
FEBRUARY – MARCH, 2000
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2000 AT 8 PM
LOCATION – CALGARY CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS
225, 8th Avenue S.E, CALGARY, ALBERTA
Luba Diduch’s installation in the Stride Gallery window, BABA YAGA, THE WITCH is based on her memory of the childhood tale of the horrible witch that ate small children in the woods. This Slavic folk tale was told to children to keep them close to home, installing in them fear of the forest and of the unknown. Diduch’s installation/website is her way of reconstructing the story in terms of physical, spiritual, mental and creative growth
LUBA DIDUCH lives and works in Calgary, Alberta. She attended Concordia University in Montréal and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Drawing and Graphic Design. She also attended the Ontario College of Art in Toronto in the Communications and Design program and at the Banff Centre School of Fine Arts for study in Painting and Drawing. Diduch was recently part of the High Performance Rodeo, Channel Rodeo Multimedia Online Exhibit, Calgary, in January 2000.