A new persistent presence is being felt all around the CAG, it has moved in and left its thin ghostlike trace over most surfaces, DUST, Dust and more dust.
Yntil finally, from hard work and new activity, by the opening of the next exhibition it shall all be gone.
The CAG is currently installing the exhibition Following A Line: Pablo Bronstein, Peter Gazendam, Susanne Kriemann, Kyla Mallett, Alex Morrison, Frances Stark and Paul Sietsema.
Please join us for the opening next Thursday Sept 9, 6 – 9 pm.
Links about dust:
This book was published on the occasion of the exhibitions NEUTRAL/BRAKES/STEERING at the Agnes Etherington Art Center from November 12 to December 24, 1998, and 22 oz. THUNDERBOLT at the Contemporary Art Gallery from March 27 to May 8, 1999. The publication contains an essay by Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher.MORE
This richly illustrated book documents Indian-Thai Artist Navin Rawanchaikul's solo and collaborative projects he completed between 1993 to 1999. The publication contains texts, photographs, correspondence, video stills, drawings, comic strips and inserted objects: a postcard, a piece of cloth, a post-it paper with the question "what is art?" in the artist's handwriting and a comic book published on the occasion of the Sydney Biennale in 1998.MORE
This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition French Kiss from December 13, 1997 to January 31, 1998. The following artists are included in the exhibition and publication: Ghada Amer, Jean-Sylvain Bieth, Bernard Lallemand, Dany Leriche and Patrick Raynaud.MORE
This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition Wanda Koop: See Everything/See Nothing from February 14 to March 21, 1998 by the Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver and contains an essay by Robin Laurence.MORE