2009

Personal Geographies

Personal Geographies

Works from The Photographers Gallery Permanent Collection Selected by Bart Gazzola. November 20th – December 12th, 2009 On the occasion of the launch of our all-new dark room within the fold of the PAVED Arts production facilities, we proudly announce the first exhibition of works from the Photographers Gallery permanent collection to be staged in […]

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Change

Change

PAVED Arts, in collaboration with Commonweal (Prince Albert), proudly presents the 10 year retrospective project CHANGE by the Montreal-based collective ATSA. September 18th – October 17th, 2009. What is CHANGE? To celebrate its 10 years of existence, ATSA has immersed itself in the marketing universe, becoming a willing guinea pig for the opening of a […]

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Z-Axis: Technique, Collaboration, Innovation

Z-Axis: Technique, Collaboration, Innovation

Curated by Carrie Gates June 5th – July 30th, 2009. Project Website: http://www.otherartists.com/zaxis Events featured in Z-Axis include a group video screening, two new media art installations, audio/video workshops, a grand finale concert, and a panel discussion on collaboration and strategies for new media art practices. Exhibition (Installations and Video Screening) – June 5th – […]

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Then + Then Again

Then + Then Again

Proudly presented by AKA Gallery and PAVED Arts. Clive Robertson – Kingston, Ontario. June 26th to July 31st, 2009 Then + Then Again – Practices within an artist-run culture, 1969-2006 is an archival retrospective exhibition curated by media artist and artist-run centre pioneer and theorist, Clive Robertson. The show consists of 5 DVDs, 6 CDs […]

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The Book of Knowledge

The Book of Knowledge

John Shelling May 8th – June 13th, 2009 The Book of Knowledge is John Shelling’s first solo exhibition since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan’s Fine Art program, and the artist’s first solo show in an artist-run centre. Like his graduating exhibition, entitled Kinesthetika, Shelling continues to investigate notions of reception as they come to […]

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Drive-End (Part 1)

Drive-End (Part 1)

Martin Beauregard – Montreal, Quebec. March 13 – April 18, 2009 Curated for PAVED Arts by David LaRiviere Martin Beauregard investigates the possible overlap between factual and fictional stories. The formal propositions that he develops – videographic and photographic – explore the terrain where biographical fiction and documentary become confused. For example, Soapoperation (2005) is […]

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Scream

Scream

Jo-Anne Balcaen – Montreal, Quebec. Jillian Mcdonald – Brooklyn, New York. Curated by David LaRiviere January 16 to February 21, 2009 (scream) is a two-person video installation and collaborative billboard presentation. While Jo-Anne Balcaen studies the scream from the perspective of ecstasy, Jillian Mcdonald approaches the same subject as a device in horror films. This […]

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