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Curators: Michael Dumontier and Tom Elliott. Artists: Ian Birse, Judy Bowyer, Joanne Bristol, Gail Brown, Hank Bull, Michael Drew Campbell, Elaine Carol, Cause and Effect, Shawna Dempsey/Lorri Millan, Michael Dumontier/T.R. Elliott, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Michael Fernandes, Ken Gregory, Kip Jackson, Drue Langlois, Erika Lincoln, Todd Martin, Rita McKeough, Jennie O’Keefe, Jocelyn Robert, Adrian Shalom Williams, Kathleen Yearwood.
Published to accompany the cassette exhibition/lending library a relatively small collection, this publication features entries by the 24 participating artists as well as images from the exhibition and an essay by the curators.
Artists: Brenna George, Al Rushton, Richard Dyck
Published to accompany the group exhibition Working Space, How to Make Work is an interactive publication that requires audience participation and production, i.e., the “kit” require assembly through interaction with each of the works.
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Artists: Judy Bowyer, Dena Decter, Lois Klassen, Jean Klimack, Catherine MacDonald, and Vida Simon; Curator: Marian Butler; Additional Publication contributors: Sylvia Legris, Angela Somerset.
Draw resulted from in/habit, a residency and exhibition (presented at aceartinc. in May/June 1999) that looked at issues of isolation and/or solitude, and the location and impact of artists’ production within various communities. Now in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
limited edition of 13
Curated by Marian Butler. With artists works by JoAnne Bristol, Dagmar Dahle, Candace Savage, Sheila Spence, Susan Mills, Karilee Fuglem, April Hickox. Designed by Angela Somerset. Critical Distance With Crow Energy by Jen Loewen.
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Artists: Ron Gorsline; Curator: Jennifer Woodbury.
Black and white and color reproductions of Ron Gorsline’s paintings and drawings along with a curatorial essay by Jennifer Woodbury are brought together in this publication in response to the exhibition Light/Shadow/Dark by Ron Gorsline.
edition of 3
Artist’s book by Lori Rogers and curator Jennifer Woodbury.
Functioning as both objet and text, this piece distills some of the issues of desire and loss begun in the installation Captive and Absent (aceartinc., 1997). Authorship in the creation of this work is indistinct, as both artist and curator interlay their creative output within the thought and sensibilities of the other.
edition of 200
Artist’s book by June Boyd. Co-Facilitators: Marian Butler, Angela Somerset
This book was made through a laborious process of excavation and creation involving photo reenactments of journal excerpts, assemblage of found/retrieved objects, installed situations, drawings and texts. The synthesis of this project (an artist’s book/residency) translates the place where June works and lives into a mobile and tangible form: a documentation /book /installation. Now in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Artists: Eleanor Bond, Sheila Butler, Aganetha Dyck, Larry Glawson, Wanda Koop, Kim Ouellette, Esther Warkov, Diane Whitehouse, Jack Butler, Doug Melnyk, Rosalie Bellefontaine, Michael Drabot, Grant Guy, John Gurdebeked, Chrisine Hawks, Karen Hoeberg, Vern Hume, Alex Poruchnyk, Leon Johnson, Grace Martini, Maureen Margaret, Paula Newman, Susan Peterson. (exhibition)
Artists in smaller centers “off the beaten track” like Winnipeg, join forces with artists in Edinburgh in producing authentic art coming not from the “centre” such as Toronto , but from geographically marginalized areas.
Artist’s book by Helene Dyck
In Flashpoint, a site-specific installation, Helene Dyck continued to reclaim materials from domestic environments, which metaphorically relate to qualities of endurance and renewal in the formation of identity. Helene drew on the layering of the various components in the installation, including plywood for the book’s cover, for this limited edition, handmade artist’s book.