STATION | Michael McCormack


24 February – 31 March 2017

Artist talk and launch- 7pm, 24 February 2017


STATION considers the affects of acute listening in the isolated and conditioned environments on the individual, and the impact of this action on their surrounding environments. Activating sounds, structures, images and light through radio, STATION reflects on the situation of the radio operator, and the situation of contemporary culture as information gatherers and distributors. As we continue to become increasingly active as communicators and information archivists, how has this shaped our social and political landscape today? At what point do we lose footing where information becomes unrecognizable, unidentifiable or impossible to translate? What happens to lost information, or those of us who hang onto it? When does a skill-set become folklore, and what are the risks and consequences?



Michael McCormack   |   STATION

 Le 25 février au 31 mars 2017

Causerie d’artiste et vernissage – 19 h le 25 février 2017


STATION se penche sur l’effet de l’écoute active sur l’individu qui se trouve au sein d’un environnement isolé et conditionné, ainsi que l’impact de cette action sur ses environs immédiats. En activant des sons, des structures, des images et de la lumière par l’entremise de la radio, STATION pondère la situation de l’opérateur radio et la situation de la culture contemporaine en ce qui a trait à la récolte et à la distribution de l’information. Notre progression active en tant qu’archivistes de communications et d’informations a-t-elle un effet sur le paysage social et politique d’aujourd’hui? À quel point perdons-nous pied quand les informations deviennent méconnaissables, ou impossibles à identifier ou à traduire? Qu’arrive-t-il aux informations que l’on perd ou à ceux parmi nous qui s’y accrochent? À quel moment un ensemble de compétences fait-il partie du folklore, et quels risques et conséquences entraîne-t-il?


Translation/traduction : Simone Hébert Allard

2016/17 and 2017/18 Regular Exhibition Schedules


Nicolas Lapointe and Anna Eyler   |   Beyond differance, And Now

19 August – 23 September 2016

Writer: Sarah Nesbitt


Chun Hua Catherine Dong   |   Visual Poetics of Embodied Shame

4 November – 9 December 2016

Writer: Hannah Doucet


Michael McCormack   |   STATION

25 February – 31 March 2017.

Writer: Genevieve Collins


Matthew Gardiner   |   You Can Never Go Home Again

13 April – 19 May  2017.  Thursday 13 April launch and talk

Performative response and essay: Katie Lyle & Shelby Wright


Annual Curated Student Exhibition

27 May – 10 June 2017


jaymez   |   Pragnaz

16 June – 21 July 2017

Writer: Monika Vrecar


Jury that selected the 2016/17 Regular Program convened on 17 & 18 September 2015: Seth Woodyard, Praba Pilar, Niki Little, Shawn Jordan, hannah_g


2017-2018 Regular Exhibition Schedule

Hannah Claus   |   Hochelga

4 August – 22 September 2017


Carte Blanche   |   Members’ exhibition & performances

29 September – 6 October 2017


Charlene Vickers   |   Accumulation Of Moments Spent Under Water With The Sun And Moon

20 October – 24 November 2017


Dagmara Genda   |   Everything That’s Lost

9 February – 16 March 2018


Logan MacDonald   |   Off The Beaten Path

29 March – 4 May 2018


Cam Forbes   |   The Seaway Inn

18 May – 29 June 2018


Jury that selected the 2017/18 Regular Program convened on 8 & 9 September 2016: Seth Woodyard, Andrea Roberts, Chantel Mierau, Brian Hunter, hannah_g, Steven Leyden Cochrane

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