Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Upcoming: Talk at the Art Gallery of Mississauga May 29

What happens when an artist wants to shift gears in a big way? That's one topic I'll be discussing at the Art Gallery of Mississauga this Saturday, May 29, at 1pm. The occasion is Andrew Morrow's exhibition at the gallery, which uses the space to make quite a significant leap, I'd say—though Morrow is best known as a painter, this show uses his painting solely as a source for an animated projection that in turn is part of an installation. Other things we might discuss: music vs. "silence" in the white cube, historical figure painting vs. porn, and more (viewers are welcome to bring interpretations and questions). Fun times! It all starts at 1pm at the AGM, 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga.


Gabrielle de Montmollin said...

Hi Leah,
Unfortunately I wasn't able to make it to your talk but these are topics that interest me a lot, especially "when an artist shifts gears in a big way". Is there any video, recording, podcast or written account of the event available?

Gabrielle de Montmollin

Leah Sandals said...

Hey Gabrielle,
No video or records, too bad! If you have specific questions let me know.