Won at the 2018 CAPIC Double Vision Show
1st place Popular vote
2nd place Juried vote
Dualism: The conflict of spirit and body within the individual.
Whereas Currid's image portrays the divine or spiritual and alludes to internal struggle with its physical or animalistic urges, Colalillo's image embodies the outward physical struggle of the individual as a manifestation of its spiritual core. Currid's image draws inspiration from the Christian imagery of the Renaissance, in particular The Sacred Heart of Jesus. Colalillo's image draws inspiration from the imagery of the Renaissance, in particular from Michelangelo's The Dying Slave sculpture.
DOUBLE VISION is an annual competition and exhibition that pairs professional image creators from across Canada by random draw and challenges them to create portraits of one another. Pairs will be judged by a panel of art industry professionals and prizes awarded to the winners of both juried and popular votes. All works submitted for this unique and creative challenge will be on display for the course of the exhibition.
CAPIC EXHIBITION 2018 is on display April 5th to April 15th at The Papermill Gallery at 67 Pottery Rd, Toronto.
The Toronto Chapter of The Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators (CAPIC) is pleased to present a trio of annual exhibitions showcasing photographers, illustrators, and image creators from across Canada.