Tag Archives: Dennis Tourbin Gallery Space

Memory and Place: At an Intersection of Nations

Some thoughts spanning several galleries and many artists as part of the Celebration of Nations events at Brock University and in the downtown cultural sphere. Continue reading

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“Once we had words” : Colin Nun at NAC

Colin Nun’s work at the Dennis Tourbin straddles language and mark making, imagery and words, in a way that shows that neither is ever separate of the other. Continue reading

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Amber Lee Williams / “Embracing Randomness”

Another of the early artist features I produced for The Sound: I sat down with Amber Lee Williams to talk about her artwork and ideas. Continue reading

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Emily Andrews at NAC

I had just gotten off the bus from the Prairies the day before, and this was the first exhibition opening I attended (I’d already visited Rodman Hall). Andrews’ works were surreal and dreamy, and I wanted to offer some ideas and impressions on the work of the emerging artist. Continue reading

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