Category Archives: Reviews

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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MUSE: Nature in the Urban Core at City Hall

A brief response to MUSE, at City Hall in Downtown STC, highlighting works by Sandy Middleton and Pete Malaguti. Continue reading

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Contested Narratives / absence omission redaction / Carry Forward at Rodman Hall

Carry Forward, curated by Lisa Myers, is a show that offers contested narratives by history, and how it continues to be a space of disagreement and dissent today. Continue reading

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Shelter vs Symbolism / The Tent Project at GPAG

John Notten’s The Tent Project succeeds in some ways, fails in others, but offers an interesting symbol that has an historical, and contemporary, power. Continue reading

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