Category Archives: Politics

RP2 @ NAC

Ready Player Two, at NAC, is not one exhibition (in four chapters, you might say) but (at least) two. They’re not separate entities, but blend together, offering a progression from the Plate Glass Gallery (The Kitchen) to the Dennis Tourbin … Continue reading

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Dennis Tourbin : October Fragments

“..these fragments I have shored against my ruins” (Eliot) Its been suggested by Winnipeg artist / writer Cliff Eyland when we met in the gulag archipelago of Saskatoon, that I’m more like an American – specifically a New Yorker, Cliff … Continue reading

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What About Rodman Hall? A Recap: So Far, So What?

An up to date listing of all the pieces I’ve written on The Rodman Hall / Brock University situation, including some other media and external links. Continue reading

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Dennis Tourbin: layering time, place and space

Some thoughts on Dennis Tourbin’s La ville dort in the latest instalment of Up Close and In Motion, at Rodman Hall Art Centre. Continue reading

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Why I can no longer support the Saskatchewan Arts Board

An article responding to the anniverary of the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and why I no longer support it, citing instances of incompetence and ignorance by staff that led to my departure from #YXEArts. Continue reading

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