• El Salvador was rocked by civil war in the 1980s with U.S-backed forces aiding in the subsequent killing of thousands that would mark the country and result in the fleeing of thousands of refugees to countries such as Canada. Osvaldo...
  • Antonia Hirsch presents a series of photographic portraits in which participants were asked to gesturally estimate the length of a meter. All images of this series are scaled consistently, preserving the differences in these estimates....
  • Métis artist David Hannan works with taxidermy-form sculptures to explore aspects of union, adaptation and metamorphosis. Hannan‘s taxidermy hybrids present tension and beauty in the merging of animals into sculptures. Many of the themes...
  • Time2 will expose you to an array of outstanding time-based works that includes performance, video and musical acts hosted at a unique off-site venue. Gallery 101 is proud to present diverse video works from Available Light Screening...
  • Fred Laforge’s exhibit includes his depiction of acceptance and sexuality. Realizing the rules set by society aren’t etched in stone, Lafroge exploits these loopholes, and uses them to his advantage. Laforge challenges western culture and...
  • Kevin Ei-Ichi deForest's productions move between humorous high art objects and serious pop culture proposals. Often they are interactive, with participants spinning discs or clambering into hybridized art/furniture. As objects occupying...
  • Transliteration employs a historical perspective to examine issues of representation. In these large-scale colour photographs, black subjects are situated within scenarios that paraphrase famous western European paintings, drawing from...
  • April 24 to May 31, 2003 (Ottawa) May 23 to June 19, 2003 (Finland) a Canada-Finland exchange exhibition about truth and communication Tomorrow’s News is an exchange exhibition between Finnish and Canadian artists and institutions. Our...
  • The intersections where cultures converge are histories unto their own. Through acts of trading objects and ideas, all cultures are able to progress, which is to say that tradition and culture are always evolving. The combination of...
  • "Soda pop is both food and waste desireable and sickening, rich yet empty. " Pat Durr has long been interested in "waste." For several years, her prints, installations, drawings and sculptures have focused on forms of waste, and the role...
  • This exhibition is organized around the idea of fabrication as a process. It mixes material and intellectual or emotional elements with the relatively small scale (or sense of modesty) of the objects involved, and a sense of uneasiness...
  • Shie Kasai's artistic practice involves the creation of site-specific installations and animation to explore time and space. Kasai's projects feature muku, a dog expressing an exploratory nature. muku activates the backgrounds and spaces...
  • MACHINATE: a projection in two movements is a multi-media gallery installation using 16mm film, video, audio, sculptural assemblage and the internet. Departing from her previous work of still images and texts, MACHINATE includes "Kiss", a...
  • James Pierre and Pom Pom: Two Hearts Beat As One, is a narrative photographic series that follows the monotonous life of James Pierre, a lonely middle-aged male, who is living an awkward life in the feminine spaces of his deceased mother's...
  • We all feel a sense of comfort in our home, whether it is an apartment, a loft, a house or a duplex. Still, we continue to dream of renovations, finished basements, walk-in closets and gardens. Popular magazines like House and Home, Better...
  • Facilitator & Rapporteur: Catherine Mattes (Manitoba) Guest Speakers: Kent Monkman (Toronto), Michael Couchie (North Bay) and Sheila Pokiak (Ottawa) PROCESS explores aboriginal urban experiences and the creation and continuation of...
  • La Nuda Umanità 2 - History Stripped Bare 2, by Italian artist Gabriele Di Matteo, is a timely exhibition and publication launch, critical and humorous, as well as poignant. Di Matteo's first exhibition in Canada questions notions of...
  • Mary Anne Barkhouse's exhibition, Friend of Beavers, Foe of Evil brings to mind news headlines over the last year on technological failures, wildlife attacks, and natural disasters: At 4:11 p.m. ET on Aug. 14, 2003, Ontario and much of...
  • Uprooted from her home in New York City by the events of September 11, 2001, Heather Nicol’s subsequent work uses spare, simple materials (paper, monofilament, pins, a video camera and monitor) to reflect on deception, surveillance, memory...
  • We have taken so much for granted including language and our local and global relationships. Framing, conceptualizing, grasping, and coming to terms with our lives as artists and citizens of this wide world may seem more important now than...

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