2010

Une étendue apparemment infinie et tentaculaire (Sprawl)

Une étendue apparemment infinie et tentaculaire (Sprawl)

Featuring Centre des Arts Actuels SKOL Members: Chantel Bélanger, Véronique Malo, Karen Elaine Spencer, Jean-Ambroise Vesac. November 5 – December 11, 2010. Part two of a two-part collaborative exchange with SKOL in Montreal. A 24-page publication will attend both parts of the exhibition. SKOL component facilitated by Nikki Middlemiss. Two cities of different sizes, two […]

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Roadside Attractions: From A to B and Back Again

Roadside Attractions: From A to B and Back Again

Victoria Stanton – Montreal, QC Aug 6th to Aug 28th, 2010 For the last two years Victoria Stanton has been exploring a traveling performance called Roadside Attractions. Asking questions such as: How do you show a transitional space? Where are the interstices between leaving and arriving? What are our strategies for getting there? Roadside Attractions […]

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Sprawl

Sprawl

Terry Billings, Scott Rogers, Jordan Schwab and Biliana Velkova September 10th – October 16th, 2010. PAVED Arts component curated by David LaRiviere. SKOL component curated by Nikki Middlemiss. For a complete copy of the “Sprawl” Essay click here (Part one of a two-part collaborative exchange with Galerie SKOL in Montreal. A 24-page publication will attend […]

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The Pilot K-9 Artist Residency

The Pilot K-9 Artist Residency

Brion Wagner – Peterborough, ON October 4th to 16th, 2010 Public Performance/Presentation: Friday, October 15th, 8pm to 10pm. FREE Public Workshop: Tuesday, October 12 at 7pm. Within the context of our contemporary digital media environment, artist Brion Wagner engages in a multi-faceted practice that incorporates backward or obsolete technologies, circuit bending, thrift store mining as […]

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I.D

I.D

K.C. Adams and Arlea Ashcroft June 26th to July 24th, 2010. Curated by Liz Barron – Winnipeg, MB. I.D. Guest Curator Liz Barron looks at the issue of difference within an online environment, and how the participants identities are homogenized rather than viewed as individuals. Both Artists Arlea Ashcroft and KC Adams produced new works […]

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Larsen surf-mixing plan model

Larsen surf-mixing plan model

Thomas Bégin May 14th to June 12th, 2010 For a complete copy of  the “New Age Doom” essay click here Thomas Bégin’s enigmatic installation work has taken many forms, often incorporating machinic or kinetic elements into constructions that are guided by the interactions of the gallery visitor. With the current project at PAVED Arts, entitled […]

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POWER

POWER

Robin Moody March 5th to April 10th, 2010 Robyn Moody’s seductive new installation will involve chains of several hundred interlocking gears on the floor of the gallery space, powered into a perpetual grinding movement. From each gear a post extends, and mounted at the top of each post is a circular mirror tilted at varying […]

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Residual

Residual

Heidi Phillips January 15th – February 20th, 2010 Beginning January 15th, 2010 Heidi Phillips will unveil her most recent work, entitled Residual, at PAVED Arts in Saskatoon. Residual is a multimedia installation whereby Phillips uses experimental darkroom techniques to manipulate footage of abandoned farmhouses, shacks, and churches. Several projections accompanied by multi-channel sounds transform the […]

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