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March 11-April 16, 2016. 
Karla Griffin, Stephanie Norris and Barbara Reimer

Opening Reception: Friday, March 11 at 8PM
Panel Discussion: Saturday, March 12 at 4PM
Presented in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival

What does “resolution” mean to the photograph in the context of a digital domain? How does an artwork inscribe a space for a social/political contemplation relative to the relentless procession of images that pervade social media and our globally connected mobile devices? This three-person exhibition began with a PAVED Arts workshop, whereby participants referred back to the 19th Century and assembled a rudimentary box camera. In effect, this exhibition presents the work of three Saskatoon-based artists with extremely distinct photographic practices, extending the conversation that brought them together, one that articulates a certain ambivalence of old and new photographic technique deployed in our contemporary information age.

Figure 9.12 Dots appear as a continuous line when the human eye can no longer differentiate between the spaces and the dots. 

A collaborative billboard project by Karla Griffin, Stephanie Norris and Barbara Reimer.

Resolution is curated by David LaRiviere

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, Noon – 6 pm; Saturdays Noon – 4pm 

PAVED Arts acknowledges the support of our members, volunteers and partners, and of our principal funders: Canada Council for the Arts, Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, SaskLotteries, and the City of Saskatoon.

Media inquiries contact: David LaRiviere, Artistic Director, tel. (306) 652-5502 ext.1, or artist(at)pavedarts(dot)ca

Free admission to the public with barrier-free accessibility.