Category Archives: Reviews

Conor Mac Neill’s Tall Tales (and Tails)

Conor Mac Neill’s exhibition Canadian Myths and Legends appeals both to adults and children, playing upon stories that we heard as children and that still resonate with us, and this place, now. Continue reading

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I’ll be your mirror: Alejandro Cartagena’s Presidential Selfies

Alejandro Cartagena’s exhibition A Presidential Guide to Selfies explores issues of propaganda and politics in an exhibition in the VISA gallery that is relevant both regionally and internationally. Continue reading

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NOW HERE at AIH Studios in Welland

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Tammy Jane Lepp: transformation & metamorphosis

At the last In The Soil (2018), Silver Spire United Church was the main site for Rhizomes, a variety of installations / performances / interventions by a diversity of artists. This not only was a very mindful and effective adaptation … Continue reading

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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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