Events / Exhibitions

No Looking After the Internet

No Looking After the Internet: Deanna Bowen's Invisible Empires

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. In response to Deanna Bowen’s solo exhibition, Invisible Empires, at the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU), the first meeting of No Looking will place archival images of racial violence in dialogue with Bowen’s installation.

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Oliver Husain
Pandy Ramada’s Bendable Displex

Oliver Husain - Pandy Ramada’s BENDABLE DISPLEX

For our first installation of 2013 in the TPW R&D space, curator Kim Simon asked artist Oliver Husain to consider the collective spaces of looking. In response, Husain sets a mutable stage for coming together to look, experience and think, and to discuss images and our expectations around presenting them.

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Zhou Tao

November 8 to 17, 2012

Gallery TPW and the Reel Asian Film Festival are pleased to co-present the Canadian premiere of video work by Chinese artist Zhou Tao. Showcasing Zhou’s conceptual methodologies, his full body of video works will be accessible across multiple venues during Reel Asian.

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PUBLIC MATTERS: experiments in conversation

Thursday, October 4, 2012, 8:00 pm

PUBLIC MATTERS is a project by Public Recordings, an atelier that explores and shares choreographic experimentation through artistic research, performance creation, publication and education. For the first event in the series, we'll use "relay interview," a methodology for shared conversation developed by Jacob Wren (PME-ART).

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Unshowable Photographs

Unshowable Photographs
Thursday, September 20, 2012, 7pm

Working from Ariella Azoulay’s notion of the event of photography, and Susan Meiselas’s writing about untaken and unshowable photographs, this panel discussion asks respondents to discuss images that are difficult to show, have been withheld, or which we know exist but do not circulate.

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