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Ansel Adams, Leonard Frank  /  History Lessons (The Manzanar Photographs: Ansel Adams & The B.C. Security Commission Photographs: Leonard Frank
May 12, 2005 - June 12, 2005

ANSEL ADAMS: THE MANZANAR PHOTOGRAPHS Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco in 1902 and by the time of the Second World War was already a well-known photographer, especially of landscapes and ‘nature’.
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Bill Burns  /  Safety Gear for Small Animals
March 12, 2005 - April 24, 2005

Safety Gear for Small Animals is about animal rescue, relocation and rehabilitation. Bill Burns is the Director of the Safety Gear for Small Animals, the largest producer of safety gear for small animals in the world.
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Wendy Welch  /  Taxonomy
March 12, 2005 - April 24, 2005

Wendy Welch received her BFA from Concordia University and studied visual arts in the graduate program at California State University, Los Angeles.
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Robbin Deyo  /  Sweet Sensation
January 22, 2005 - March 6, 2005

Whether they are hundreds of blue monochromes that eventually become clouds, or sugar-charged cereal shapes that playfully create a gigantic Saturday morning constellation, the forms in Robbin Deyo’s wall-works come to us in repetitive obsessive abundance.
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F. Leslie Thompson  /  Erase Me
January 22, 2005 - March 6, 2005

The images in Erase Me were made along the southwestern Saskatchewan-Montana border, in lands that include Grasslands National Park. This terrain is one of the last remaining examples of the central North American plains.
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Hannes Lárusson  /  Take Me On
November 27, 2004 - January 16, 2005

Through a diversity of approaches - sculpture, installation, public works and multiples - Hannes Lárusson has firmly situated himself as one of Iceland’s most unique contemporary artists.
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Lisa Klapstock  /  liminal
November 27, 2004 - January 16, 2005

With a focus on everyday environments, I use the camera to investigate place and its human occupation. My practice explores mechanisms of seeing and the ways in which photography affects and challenges visual perception.
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Ana Rewakowicz  /  Travelling with my inflatable room
October 5, 2004 - October 6, 2004

The Travelling with my inflatable room project explores the concepts of belonging and mobility. During the fall of 2004, Ana travelled in a van carrying the inflatable room and setting it up at different urban (local parks, plazas, parking lots) and rural locations across Canada in order to live out of it during that time.
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Michelle Bellemare  /  kilter
September 18, 2004 - November 14, 2004

The practice of Toronto artist Michelle Bellemare has continued to explore the momentary embodiment of loss: the loss of security, identity, and voice.
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Michael Wagener  /  Upper Worlds
September 18, 2004 - November 14, 2004

Objective validity – that’s what maps promise graphically.  Dots and lines create the reliability we entrust ourselves to, out of necessity or rather happily.
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Ziff House  /  Reconstructing Landscape
June 19, 2004 - September 5, 2004

Geology paid my way through university,” writes Ziff House in an artist’s statement. Prospecting in the summer opened my eyes to the northern landscape (of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory); which I believe is unknown to many people.
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Angela Leach  /  Paintings
June 19, 2004 - September 5, 2004

For over ten years, Toronto-based painter Angela Leach has been creating a series of acrylic paintings entitled Abstract Repeat. By sequencing colour in random order, these works offer vibrating fields of pattern that transform the picture plane through the resulting illusionary effect.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 2, 2004 - June 13, 2004

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the Lethbridge School district #51 and the Holy Spirit Catholic Separate Regional School Division #4.
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Faye HeavyShield  /  blood
March 13, 2004 - April 25, 2004

  HeavyShield uses memory as one of the most important elements in her creative process, through which she maps out a territory whose signposts consist of knowing how to speak the Blackfoot language, …and of feeling why there is beauty in an animal’s gaze.
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Wang Qingsong  /  Present Day Epics
March 13, 2004 - April 25, 2004

It is the shock impact of symbolic systems that Chinese artist Wang Qingsong stages, using large-format photographs to depict the economic changes currently underway in the People’s Republic of China.
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Bettina Hoffman  /  Spoil Sport (Spielverderber)
January 17, 2004 - March 7, 2004

Montreal-based artist Bettina Hoffmann presents new photographic work that explores the psychological and corporal relationships between people. An essay by Vancouver-based writer and educator Randy Lee Cutler accompanies the exhibition.
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Monica Tap  /  Further: Paintings by Monica Tap
January 17, 2004 - March 7, 2004

In her recent work, Monica Tap looks at the power of the artist's mark, in turn revealing how surface and representation are constructed in contemporary painting.
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Arlene Stamp, Mary Scott, Janice Gurney  /  Blind Stairs
November 22, 2003 - January 24, 2004

The idea for this exhibition came from the artists.  Janice Gurney summed it up by observing that “Arlene, Mary and I feel that we are at similar points in our lives as artists.
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Susan Kealey  /  Ordinary Marvel
September 20, 2003 - November 22, 2003

Susan Kealey was diagnosed with chronic leukemia at the age of sixteen. In spite of her condition, she completed high school at seventeen and went on to earn a degree in philosophy from McGill University in Montréal.
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Shari Hatt  /  Dogs: 1999-2003
June 21, 2003 - September 7, 2003

[Shari Hatt's photographs]... are brilliant and they really challenge notions of personality, identity, gender, sexuality, capitalism and you-name-it.
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Gerald Ferguson, Ben Reeves, Carmen Ruschiensky, Francine Savard  /  Lines Painted in Early Spring
June 21, 2003 - August 17, 2003

This exhibition of paintings, curated by Patrick Mahon, features the work of four Canadian artists from widely varying geographical and social backgrounds.
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