Diana Thorneycroft transports the public to a surreal dimension where staged totems of American culture and identity collide with allusions to her native Canada. With the series, Canadians & Americans (best friends forever... it’s complicated), Thorneycroft presents chromogenic print photographs and a special installation of these provocative tableaus, each piece dripping with dark humor and a subversive whimsy.
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