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BORING. PEOPLE. LOVE. DRILLS. with Michael DeForge, Drazen Kozjan, Mark Laliberte, Aaron Linton, Victor Rom„o, Fiona Smyth and Magda Trzaski at LE Gallery, 1183 Dundas St. W., Toronto. Until March 28th, 2010
Fiona Smyth - The Contingency Group 2010 Pen and ink wash. 9Ē x 12Ē
10 more days to make a submission to the Art & Science Fair...
Sunday - Emmylou Harris
For No One
Those Memories w/Dolly Parton & Linda Ronstadt
Here There And Everywhere
Katie Bethune-Leamen: Dazzle Shizzle at MKG127, 127 Ossington Ave., Toronto, ON. Until March 13, 2010.
Really Itís A Lot Bigger, A Lot Heavier, And A Lot Darker 2010 mixed media on extruded styrofoam, Plexiglas
Gouzenko Hood #3, Version 2 and Gouzenko Hood #11: (Itís A Thing Covered By A Thing That Thereby Becomes Another Thing) 2009-10 cast aluminum, glow in the dark plinth, LED
Gouzenko Hood #8 and Gouzenko Hood #3, Version 1: (Itís A Thing Covered By A Thing That Thereby Becomes Another Thing) 2009-10 cast aluminum, glow in the dark plinth, LED
Study for The Office of Dead Slang 2010 still from digital video
For those of you not obsessed with the Cold War, Igor Gouzenko, a cipher clerk for the Russian Embassy in Ottawa, defected in 1945 with top secret documents that exposed a major Soviet espionage ring operating in the west. Below is a short 1966 clip from This Hour has Seven Days:
Jay Isaac - The Zone of No Ideas at Paul Petro Contemporary Art, 980 Queen St West Toronto,ON. Until March 27, 2010
Details from four different paintings by Jay Isaac, butted up against each other without any regard for the artist's intentions: ...
Recent Blingees commissioned by Kim Fullerton for Akimbo's Art Stars Banner
She found this one disturbing for some reason.
This one's so minimal, it's like the Donald Judd of Blingees.
Normally I couldn't be bothered with an art commission from the private sector, since my mediocre practice is heavily subsidized with government funding. (For the record, I only really need about $70,000.00 of my yearly Canada council grant for expenses, and the remaining $50,000.00 is spent on blow which I like to think keeps me from being complacent)