Well Formed Data brings together a selection of works that are formally linked through their use of research aesthetics and the moving image. Weaving through many disparate topics of study and lines inquiry, the videos offer compelling...
Daniel Corbeil creates landscapes that at first glance appear as if they are actual places. The large photographic images in Fragmented Landscapes appear as if they are from aerial photographs taken at great heights and in various seasons...
Native to the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, Daniel Corbeil lives and works in Montréal, QC. He received his MFA from the Université du Quebec à Montréal and now teaches at the Cégep du Vieux- Montréal. The artist has been exhibiting...
Postcards and statements by Marion Bordier, The Continuous Present, Ian Gaither, Adrian Göllner, Louis Lapointe, Deborah Margo, F. Leslie Thompson, Ellen Treciokas.
Out-of-print, photocopy available.
A boxed set of postcards highlighting artists' works accompanied by an essay on the gallery's role in the alternative network.
Eight original essays explore the relationship of time-based media to installation contexts, providing readings of projects centered on the cultural and technological transformations of film, video and interactive media as elements of...
Using the gallery's archives, Wawzonek examines the development of Gallery 101 through its location and projects. Hunter contributes a fictional tale involving a curator and an artist. Both texts attempt to unravel the forces and...
Essays on the work of four artists in relation to questions of identity, psychology, politics, race and gender. The artists' varied backgrounds contribute to an inclusive point of view on the larger cultural reality of the contemporary...
Four photographers delineate myth and reality of Ottawa as Canada's national capital. The politics of such a small national capital tend to overshadow the individuals who live there, favouring an image that is closer to a monument than to...
The photographs of Greg Staats are concerned with what motivates the act of viewing as it moves into the time and space of the real, in search of an encounter. The image becomes the 'freezing' of this gesture; a small moment in a continuum...
Gallery 101's Resource Room is a sunny space on our second floor. Since 1999, it has hosted seven artists' projects based on various ideas of printed matter and archives. During the same period, the Resource Room itself has grown from a...
The trustworthiness of images and their interpretation, biography versus fiction; these are the questions that have concerned Gabriele Di Matteo since his earliest works. Starting with an “image trouvée” usually a portrait taken from a...
The New Gallery
Visual Arts Studio Association
Untitled Art Society (UAS)
Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art...
Enriched Bread Artists
Ottawa Art Gallery
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography
Carleton University Art Gallery
National Gallery of Canada
Artist-Run Centres & Collectives of Ontario (ARCCO)
Association for Native Development in the Performing & Visual Arts
Le Bureau des regroupments des artistes visuels de l'Ontario (BRAVO)
Canadian Artists Representation...
Andrew Wright received his Degree in Art and Art History from the University of Toronto in 1994, and his MFA from the University of Windsor in 1997. He has exhibited throughout Ontario, with solo shows at the Art Gallery of Windsor, the...
Tania Willard of Red Willow Designs is an artist, woodcutter and designer from the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nation in the Interior of BC. Tania works with narrative and story in the arts, media and advocacy to share First Nations’ history and...