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Founded in 1971, A Space Gallery is one of the oldest artist-run centres in Canada. A Space has played a significant role in the evolution of contemporary art in Canada.
A Space Gallery was created to encourage and promote public interest in the visual arts and to provide space for communication between artists and members of the public. A Space exhibits multi-disciplinary projects that create a forum for dialogue and collaboration between diverse communities, including youth cultures and communities in transition ... more
Founded in 1971, A Space Gallery is one of the oldest artist-run centres in Canada. A Space has played a significant role in the evolution of contemporary art in Canada.
A Space Gallery was created to encourage and promote public interest in the visual arts and to provide space for communication between artists and members of the public. A Space exhibits multi-disciplinary projects that create a forum for dialogue and collaboration between diverse communities, including youth cultures and communities in transition.
Mar 31-Apr 29, 2017 | reception Fri 7 Apr, 6-8pm:
Notes from the Worry Room. Deirdre Logue. Canada 1999-2017. A master of her mediums – small gauge film and video – and a novice at her subject matter – primarily herself – Deirdre Logue shows work at A Space Gallery beginning with the year in which she was on the organization's board of directors. Spanning nearly 20 years, the exhibition chronicles Logue's compelling self-portraits, as well as her handling of all aspects of the production and post-production process. Logue performs silent and spoken breaths: she climbs, crawls, licks, suckles, eats, drinks, suffocates, gets hit on the head, and falls. She records her infectious, beautiful dancing and explains that she worries so much it might be the end of her. Then she worries herself in-between the mattress and box spring of a made bed. She does not tell us what is wrong, per se; what she does suggest are inevitable and repetitious disasters. Logue's utterly symmetrical features glare at us while she confidently inhabits gender categories that had not yet unravelled. She utters discomfiting phrases and wraps them in the warmth and beauty of hand-processed celluloid. A Space Gallery is proud to present these moving image works in a variety of modalities on the Gallery walls. Part of Images Festival ... more
Notes from the Worry Room. Deirdre Logue. Canada 1999-2017.
A master of her mediums – small gauge film and video – and a novice at her subject matter – primarily herself – Deirdre Logue shows work at A Space Gallery beginning with the year in which she was on the organization's board of directors. Spanning nearly 20 years, the exhibition chronicles Logue's compelling self-portraits, as well as her handling of all aspects of the production and post-production process.
Logue performs silent and spoken breaths: she climbs, crawls, licks, suckles, eats, drinks, suffocates, gets hit on the head, and falls. She records her infectious, beautiful dancing and explains that she worries so much it might be the end of her. Then she worries herself in-between the mattress and box spring of a made bed. She does not tell us what is wrong, per se; what she does suggest are inevitable and repetitious disasters. Logue's utterly symmetrical features glare at us while she confidently inhabits gender categories that had not yet unravelled. She utters discomfiting phrases and wraps them in the warmth and beauty of hand-processed celluloid. A Space Gallery is proud to present these moving image works in a variety of modalities on the Gallery walls. Part of Images Festival.
Member of ARCCO (Artist-Run Centres and Collectives of Ontario) ... more
Member of ARCCO (Artist-Run Centres and Collectives of Ontario).