CURRENT ISSUE | WINTER 2015
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Erika DeFreitas: The Work of Mourning

In “The Work of Mourning,” Erika DeFreitas investigates ideas of absence, loss, and memorialization through textile-based practices, and performative actions that are photographed,…

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Alex Fischer: 1, 7, and 6000

In Alex Fischer’s fourth solo exhibition with O’Born Contemporary, he problematizes the “single image” by its very conversion into multiple, nearly identical forms. A digital…

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Krista Buecking: Matters of Fact

“Matters of Fact” is a solo exhibition featuring coloured-pencil drawings by Krista Buecking.

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Jeremy Shaw: Medium-Based Time

“Medium-Based Time” by Berlin-based Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw features a black and white 16mm film of transgender voguer Leiomy Maldonado, an HD video installation that reworks archival

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Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness

Since 2005, Canadian photographer Robert Burley has documented the demise of film-manufacturing facilities and industrial darkrooms around the world. This exhibition and accompanying publication…

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Orderly Objects/Unbuilt Spaces: Chloé Desjardins and Simone Rochon

“Orderly Objects/Unbuilt Spaces” presents sculptural works by Chloé Desjardins and Simone Rochon that reflect the special emphasis that the two artists place on the act of constructing…

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Geneviève Cadieux

Galerie Réne Blouis presents a solo exhibition of work by Geneviève Cadieux.

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Gast Bouschet and Nadine Hilbert: Unground

Unground is an immersive multi-channel video installation by Luxembourg artists Gast Bouschet and Nadine Hilbert, whose work is based primarily on photographic and moving images. Unground is filled…

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I’m Okay: Jenna Faye Powell

Looking for the extraordinary in the ordinary, “I’m okay,” an exhibition of drawings by Jenna Faye Powell, uses imagery and notions of sinkholes, black holes, and quicksand as…

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Has Things In Common: Parker Branch

Parker Branch is a collaborative project by Anna Madelska and Jason Hallows that sits between curatorial and studio practice. The duo’s exhibition “Has Things In Common” is…

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Live from Pattern Hut: Anthea Black and Thea Yabut

“Live from Pattern Hut” is a collaborative exhibition by Anthea Black (Toronto, ON) and Thea Yabut (London, ON) that was sparked by an image of Louise Bourgeois drawing in her studio.

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