• Barbara Brown is exploring the ways in which an artistic practice can function as a healing force. Currently her practice incorporates photo documents of constructions of natural material informed by a personal practice of mandala painting.
  • http://www.rboisjoly.com/
  • Adrian Blackwell is a visual artist and an architectural/urban designer whose works often take the form of an intervention, didactically inscribed with directions for radical urban transformation. Blackwell is also an assistant professor...
  • http://antheablack.com/
  • As a multi-disciplinary artist, Karina Bergmans works in sculpture, installation and public art and public interventions. What unifies her diverse artistic practice is the use of reclaimed textiles. Recent solo exhibitions include Ottawa’s...
  • Daniel Barrow is a Winnipeg-based media artist, working in performance, video and installation. He has exhibited widely in Canada and abroad at venues such as YYZ (Toronto), Plug-in (Winnipeg), Rencontres Herouvilles (Normandy) and the...
  • Eduardo Aquino currently resides in Winnipeg as a faculty member of the University of Manitoba's School of Architecture.
  • The Third Margin is a Gallery 101 Resource Room Project. This exhibition assembles together twenty years of bookworks, printed matter and documents by Maria Thereza Alves, a Brazilian artist and writer living in Germany. In activist...
  • Barry Ace – Anishinaabe (Odawa), is a practicing visual artist and currently lives in Ottawa, Canada. His mixed media paintings an assemblage textile works explore various aspects of cultural continuity and the confluence of the historical...
  • Griffith Aaron Baker is a visual artist working in a variety of mediums, defined by post-consumed materials, in conjunction with metaphysical and environmental principles. His practice tends to manifest as monumental sculptures and...
  • Shie Kasai received a Master of Fine Arts from Concordia University (Montreal), and a BA from Hokkaido University of Education in Sapporo, Japan. Recent solo exhibitions include "Happy end of the world" at anticorp and Bourget Gallery,...
  • History provides abundant examples of how social relations impact art. Traditionally the church, state, and wealthy patrons have funded the arts in order to increase their political power and prestige. Clearly that paradigm is overloaded...
  • The art world mullahs have been saying it for a long time, even needy novelist Jonathan Franzen has piped in – the twentieth century: the century of collage. Commentators forget that the chaos, discontinuity, intertextuality, and...
  • The representation of women through popular imagery, without a doubt, fails to reflect the actual experiences of the modern day women. Through its proliferation, these images have nonetheless modified the way we look at ourselves as women...
  • A CD publication has been produced in collaboration with Clark Gallery and Gallery 101 and will be available at the gallery. This exhibition is presented in collaboration with The National Arts Centre’s Quebec Scene, April 20-May 5, 2007,...
  • The Bikini Project consists of 294 images of photo album snapshots of women in bathing suits, collected over the past forty years by an unknown collector. The album was found adrift in Howe Sound, BC by log salvager Erik Hammond in the...
  • “I am a leisure society, I travel, I walk on sandy beaches; bathe my spoiled body in warm blue waters of exotic resorts. I can feel my leisure grow, feel my need for it complete. I have my democratic right to leisure, and if I can vote...
  • In her exhibition Ten Small Quarrels, Karina Kalvaitis has fashioned stage sets to stand in as abandoned habitats, which appear as points of recent departure for mysterious creatures. Faint indentations in opulent but impractical...
  • My work is expressed mainly through photographs and text. The story I am telling draws upon standards in our everyday lives: regulations, instructions and restrictions. I am interested in their representation and narrative, or more...
  • The apparently craft-like methodologies utilized by Rhonda Weppler in her sculptural works are actually rooted in strategies of minimal sculpture; the void at minimalism's core is here transposed to the domestic world. If minimalism...

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