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A Performance, A Screening & 2 Talks

TORONTO
2 of 2 Gallery
Jeremy Bailey: Machine Ego
Saturday, March 14, 6-7 pm


Jeremy Bailey, still from VideoPaint 3.0. Image: http.uk.net

For his first solo show at 2 of 2 Gallery, Jeremy presents some of his most recent works including Video Terraform Dance Party, VideoPaint 3.0 and SOS, alongside new works.

In these new videos Bailey continues his research in melding productivity and art by creating new satirical interfaces for office related tasks that also help a user create unique works of art; think 3d digital bricolage calculator. Jeremy will also present a live performance at the opening, featuring a demo of some of his most recent software.

For more information, please click HERE.

MONTREAL
DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art
PRESENTS: A film by Michael Snow
Thursday, March 19, 2009


Michael Snow, still from Presents, 1981. Image: deeperintomovies.net

Two screenings : 5 p.m. / 8 p.m.
FREE ADMISSION
Please note that seats are limited.
Reservations and rsvp are required.

For information, please click HERE

DHC/ART hosts renowned Canadian artist Michael Snow who will offer two screenings of his film Presents in 16mm projection format. Michael Snow will introduce his film and talk with the audience following each screening.

Presents is composed of two parts, the first representing the artifice of the cinematic image and the second delving into the naturalistic or documentary means of creating images.

For more on Michael Snow, please click HERE

HAMILTON
McMaster University Art Gallery
Allyson Mitchell in conversation with Ann Cvetkovich and Carla Garnet.
Thursday March 19, 6 – 8 pm


One of Allyson Mitchell’s Lady Sasquatch sculptures. Image: wag.mb.ca

Allyson Mitchell’s newest installation presents a gathering of figures, each one a monumental symbol of female brains, brawn and sexuality – a community of Lady Sasquatches.

The evening will be the launch of an exhibition catalogue including essays by Ann Cvetkovich, Carla Garnet, and Josie Mills.
The artist and curator will be in conversation with Ann Cvetkovich, Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture and Victorian Sensationalism and An Archive of Feelings: Trauma, Sexuality, and Lesbian Public Culture.

For more information, please click HERE

ST. CATHARINES
Rodman Hall Arts Centre/Brock University
HOT TALKS! The Fine Art of Controversy
Thursday, March 12, 7 pm


Damien Hirst’s infamous skull. Image: artquotes.net

Shirley Madill, the newly-appointed director of Rodman Hall Art Centre, explores the realm of controversial art and what fuels the fire – politics, religion, money, or sex?

Admission: $10 General, $8 Members, $5 Students, Free to Brock Students

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