• Don Gill walks Paul Valéry used to say walking was a fundamental part of his work. By walking, his ideas appeared with more clarity, and the rhythm of his footsteps helped him give the correct timing to his own thoughts for the...
  • Walk slowly. Certainly there is purpose, but nothing is to be rushed. Instead, there is the unhurried wandering and wondering. The house is tucked tightly between two others. A bundle of sticks bound and lying on the shallow porch is the...
  • With "Uncomfortable Surfaces" in 1994, the Japanese artist Yuichi Higashionna established the domestic motifs he uses in his current work. These refer decidedly to the field of appearances, where aspirations towards a higher social status...
  • Workshops: Contemplative Geometry Instructor: Barbara Brown Wednesday, July 23, 6:30 pm to 9:30pm: Fee $30 Monoprint Instructors: Svetlana Swiminer & Joyce Westrop Wednesday, 10am - 1pm: July 30, Fee: $30 + $10 materials or Sunday,...
  • Please join us for a special night of contextualization and in-depth consideration of social spaces, architecture and art. The night will open with a lecture by honour guest Douglas J. Cardinal, who will provide a perspective on sculptural...
  • Gallery 101 and Carleton University School of Architecture co-present. Vito Acconci (Brooklyn, New York) Monday, September 16, 2002, 6PM Vito Acconci’s work began as fiction and poetry, which treated the page as a self-enclosed space for...
  • Transcontinental Divide is a collaboration between two artist-run centres, Gallery 101 in Ottawa, and the Helen Pitt Gallery in Vancouver. The exhibition is conceptually based with 10 artists (5 from BC and 5 from Ottawa) exchanging ideas...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Works by Emmanuelle Antille (SUI), Michel Chevalier (GER), Ximena Cuevas (MEX), Anne McGuire (USA), Monique Moumblow (CAN), Philip Napier (CAN), Manuel Saiz (GBR), Keith Sanborn (USA), John Smith (GBR), and Cane CapoVolto (ITA). Curated by...
  • Gallery 101 is very pleased to announce a new initiative made possible through the Canada Council for the Art's Music in Alternative Spaces Program: The Pleasure Through Sound New Music Series, which takes place during ten Saturdays...
  • An Urban Concept (future site of outdoor sculpture no.3) is an impossible concept proposed for the city of Ottawa by artist Trevor Gould. Located in front of Gallery 101, an anonymous, nearly unmarked and apparently empty building, Gould's...
  • Balancing Act invites viewer participation in the construction of a group of three-dimensional blocks made from two-dimensional photographic images die-cut into flat pattern shapes. The photographic images represent a range of moments from...
  • In a world based on exchange, our living spaces are shared with objects that invade and govern them. The object is a nodal point where our relations to the world and to others are concentrated. In order to preserve a free logic of desire,...
  • There are reports of a presence inhabiting Gallery 101: an unsettled spirit, or spirits. Echoes of past inhabitants. For some, it is an audible presence moving through the building. Others hear nothing. Sceptics say ghosts do not exist. "A...
  • Rencontre du 3e type (Encounter of the Third Kind) is a collection of wearable objects Corine Lemieux has produced for people in her social circle over the last year; technically, it is an ever-evolving project that should never end. A...

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