May 17 - August 9 2013
Please Stare is a unique public art project presented by Neutral Ground and Soil Digital Media Suite.
Throughout Regina and Saskatoon silent video art has been surreptitiously planted amongst digital billboards. Following the same format as—and placed amongst—other advertisements, these videos comment on the nature of advertisement and public visual space. The Artists in Please Stare draw parallels between adculture and artistic production by playfully adopting and critiquing the psychosocial aesthetics of the ad.
Featuring seven of Canada’s most engaging video artists:
Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins
Curated by John G. Hampton
April 29 to June 14, 2013
Artists: Claude Cahun, Colin Campbell, Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk, Dominique Rey, Janet Werner
Curator: Mary Reid
For more information visit the School of Art Galler
SEPTEMBER 29th TO DECEMBER 30th, 2012
This group exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the WAG includes the work of: KC Adams, Daniel Barrow, Paul Butler, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, Michael Dudeck, Marcel Dzama, Sarah Anne Johnson, Rodney LaTourelle, Guy Maddin, Kent Monkman, Dominique Rey, and Jennifer Stillwell.
Curators: Meeka Walsh and Robert Enright
For more information visit the Winnipeg Art Gallery
Erlking Exhibition at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery
Reviewed by J. J. Kegan McFadden
Street Life runs from March 8 to April 25, 2012.
Opening reception Thursday, March 8, from 4 - 8 PM
Organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Calgagy and curated by Jeffrey Spalding as part of “This is My City Festival”
This group exhibition also includes the work of Ken Lum, Ron Moppett, Robert Rauschenberg, Michael Snow, and John Will
More information at This is My City
Erlking runs from January 14 to March 4, 2012.
Opening reception on Saturday, January 14 at 8 PM
Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery and curated by Ryan Doherty.
A publication is in production with Gallery 1C03 at the University of Winnipeg featuring essays and images from Erlking and Pilgrims.
More information at SAAG
OCTOBER 29th TO DECEMBER 15th, 2011