Gina D'Aloisio

Artist Statement

Toronto based artist, Gina D’Aloisio utilizes interdisciplinary sculpture and installation, her primary material focuses are hyperreal mould making and found objects. 

My work is a reflection of the times, it pokes fun at and seriously contemplates the world we live in. I often use the human body, which I replicate with silicone in conjunction with found objects. I do this because the abject skin-like quality of silicone allows viewers to have a physical reaction to my work, while the selected common and everyday objects, call people to question their physical surroundings. By using irony to destabilize these known forms in my work, I am also destabilizing my viewer.



2021, Featured on New York Times article, The Boom and Bust of TikTok Artists

2021, Featured on Art Insider, Artist Creates Hyperrealistic Face Masks

2021, Solo Show, I'm Sick of talking weather, Beaver Hall Gallery, Toronto

2020, Group Show, Festival of the Body, OCADU, Toronto

2019, Group Show, Messmates, Ada Slaight Gallery, Toronto 

2019, Group Show, “Delivery Notice,” Beaver Hall, Toronto

2019, Featured in Humans of OCAD series

2019, Group Show, Artist Multiples Pop-up, OCAD University, Toronto

2019, A coordinator for the 3rd year Sculpture and Instillation Group Exhibition, “Delivery Notice”, Beaver Hall, Toronto

2018, A Representative of the Sculpture and Instillation program for OCAD University’s “The Major Event”


2018-2020, Gallery Assistant, Muse Gallery, Toronto

2019, Student Monitor, OCAD, Toronto

2017, After-school Art Teacher, Proof of Fun, Toronto 


2016 - Present, Pursuing Bachelor Degree in the Sculpture and Instillation Program at OCAD University 

2018, Completed an Independent study with Claire Burnet, the Department head of Sculpture and Instillation at OCAD University

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