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  • A graduate of the Visual Arts Departments of the University of Ottawa and the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, Ali Käemh has exhibited his photo and time-based projects in Denmark, Lebanon, and Canada. His work has been seen at the...
  • Based in Toronto, Patricia Homonylo has presented the persona Patti Darnell in a variety of performances and installation, including the 1994 Arts Festival of Atlanta.
  • Lisa Thomas graduated from the School of Architecture at Carleton University. Driving the Ceremonial Landscape was Thomas’ first exhibition at an artist run centre.
  • Site-Sight-Cite is an Ottawa based collaborative art group whose membership changes according to the project being explored. Artists working in visual art, media arts, new technology, architecture, writing, cultural theory and time based...
  • Based in Toronto, Patricia Homonylo has presented the persona Patti Darnell in a variety of performances and installation, including the 1994 Arts Festival of Atlanta. Patti’s souvenirs are always in high demand.
  • Marc Léger is an artist and theories currently based in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia University’s graduate Art History program. His work deals with various aspects of public space, memory and aesthetics.
  • Teresa Marshall is urban Mi’kmaq now living in occupied Canada. She has gained wide national recognition for work, which intervenes in the European-oriented gallery system with an agenda of Native resistance. Her work was included in the...
  • Andrew Hunter was a curator at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, where he achieved recognition for his innovative approaches to museum display and curatorial writing.
  • Originally from Montreal, artist Simon Levin specializes art projects that involve public participation and extend the notion of art outside the gallery context. Levin creates site-based systems exploring the aesthetics of engagement using...
  • Canadian artist Mike Hoolboom works in film and video. He has created over fifty films and videos. His works have appeared in over four hundred festivals earning him thirty awards. He is one of the founding members of Pleasure Dome...
  • Originally from Maritime Canada, where he was educated at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Eric Walker, now based in Ottawa, is a Métis Acadien and member of the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation. His constructed image work focuses...
  • I believe it is possible to draw attention to the visual complexity of given situations, even those of seemingly empty rooms. In so doing I hope to change the architectural balance of the space – even upset expectations – but in a way that...
  • Deborah Margo was born in Montreal in 1961. She graduated from Concordia University with a BFA (1984) and graduated with an MFA from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia (1990). She has exhibited her works in Canada, Mexico, and the USA...
  • “The work and its title, refer to Diderot’s Lettre sur les aveugles à l’usage de ceux qui voient. Dideort writes to his lover, Sophie Vaillant, “J’écris sans voir…”, having returned late, he writes in the dark, the first time he has...
  • Based in England and France, artist and curator Sharon Kivland exhibits widely throughout Europe and North America, where she has also published a number of artist’s books. For more information on Sharon Kivland and her works, click here.
  • This new project by Cheryl Sourkes investigates two myths concerning the origin of human life: the scientific myth (the genetic code) and the cultural myth (the Genesis account). Sourkes sees these themes as inextricably linked- her work...
  • Toronto-based Cheryl Sourkes is one of Canada’s leading photographic artists. Her work is exhibited internationally and is included in the collections of the national gallery of Canada. For more information about Cheryl Sourkes, click...
  • Big Charlie Says There’s Something in the Eyes is a new exhibition by Ottawa artist Michael Wall. The exhibition is composed of 66 photographic images of the eyes of people, who at some time in their lives have had problems with their use...
  • http://michaelwall.ca/
  • How should we represent the unthinkable? How to bring the past horrors of the Holocaust into our comfortable present without reducing the victims to a lurid spectacle? These are among the challenges faced by Pam Skelton as she works to re-...

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