Tag Archives: Niagara Artists Centre

Discarded Beauty: Steve deBruyn

Steve deBruyn’s solo exhibition in the main space at NAC, that challenged the idea of “fine art” and brought aspects of labour and discards into the gallery space, literally and metaphorically. Continue reading

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Wish You Were Here: 23 Days at Sea

An exhibition at NAC that challenges the idea of space, place and time: “time stands still in travel” was an idea that I brought with me into this show, and the works are as diverse as they are resonant about ‘travelling.’ Continue reading

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BABELTECH™ and the power of language at NAC

I offer some thoughts on Eric Schmaltz’ BABELTECH INDUSTRIES™ presents…THE ASSEMBLY LINE OF BABEL and on the reading / performance given by Kai Kellough that same evening at Niagara Artists Centre. Language is a virus. 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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