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David Foy and Jennifer Saleik have gone well beyond the usual interpretation of the term ‘collaboration’ and have forged new paths through joint practice, willingly shedding their individual identities and discovering new techniques. more

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The Yukon Arts Centre invites artists from across the country to the Canada Winter Games. more

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Doug Smarch creates work that crosses the boundaries of place, time, and his Tlingit heritage. With a background in sculpture and object construction, he brings an understanding of form and technique to his current work in new media and installation. more

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When looking at aspects of nature, it is impossible not to be aware of the inherent patterns that emerge in organic forms: veins on a leaf, ripples on a sand bar, the arrangements of petals on a flower. more

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Imagine, if you will, flying on a 747 jet at 37,000 feet and, due to some kind of atmospheric fluctuation (perhaps the meeting of cold and warm fronts), the plane unexpectedly drops 300 feet. Mark Mullin explores notions of transition in his work. more

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Oddly though, "Popular," an exhibition that speaks about popular culture, is rife with contradiction and paradox. more

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The Vancouver Art Gallery press releases assert that Classified Materials: Accumulations, Archives, Artists "examines how artists find creative ways to produce meaning through the process of collection and classification." more

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"The Art Formerly Known as New Media" exhibition currently on at the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff celebrates the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Banff New Media Institute. more

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The focal point of the exhibition is a new video installation entitled "Gordijn." This piece excludes the objects and the small multiple projections previously associated with Geleynse’s work, and is instead a large single channel projection. more

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