In Vincil's current body of work he examines the human relationship to landscape and environment in "A Shape of Shoreline", a study in time, 3-D form, and light. Through these photographs Vincil presents the questions "as we scramble to salvage our environment from decades of neglect, how will we decide what is worth saving? What has become sacred to us, and what will fall by the wayside?". Vincil also has a series entitled, Industrial Parks. It consists of photographs taken in the Commissioners Street area of Toronto, Ontario, as well as several demolition sites in the same city. He chooses images for their sensation of colour, surface texture and composition.
Selected Group Exhibitions
|2012||Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, ON|