Tag: Main Gallery

JEFF&GORDON / Mikiki

Sept. 16 – Oct. 8, 2014

JEFF&GORDON (LA), and Mikiki (ON/NL) use their work to look at how culturally stagnant aspirations of individual success have led to personal exasperation and loss, and the large scale failure of community. In the face of the seeming impossibility of a richer fuller life for all, the dream of social mobility has been immobilized. Read… Read More


One Night Stand

Jun. 6 – 21, 2014

Three weeks, three artists, one series. Coral Short (Montreal), Kailey Bryan (St. John’s), and Evelyn Donnelly (New York) explore spectacle, community, and body politics through a diverse series of performative acts, interventions, and collaborations. Join us for One Night Stand this June at Eastern Edge Gallery! One Night Stand is a limited time opportunity One… Read More


Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret – Proliferations

Apr. 19 – May 28, 2014

Proliferations explores new modes of spatial occupation for the printed surface, questioning the way in which tools, interfaces, and devices change our perceptions of the world. Read the exhibition essay by Gloria Hickey. Artist talk + Opening reception: April 19th at 7pm Facebook event here About the artist: Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret’s work is a reflection on… Read More


Pascal Dufaux – The Cosmos In Which We Are

Feb. 15 – Mar. 29, 2014

Optical table on a tripod, manufactured in stainless steel, chromed plated steel and plexiglass. This motorized rotational filming device moves a surveillance camera through a slow hypocycloidal revolution: a rotation on the periphery of a rotation. When exhibited, video signals captured by the camera are projected on a wall behind the sculpture, creating a videographic… Read More


Juan Ortiz Apuy – Disruptions

Dec. 7 – Feb. 1, 2014

Presenting a body of work that ranges from wood cabinetry to drawing, photography and video, Disruptions is an exhibition that seeks to propose alternative possibilities to the library as idea and space. In a video loosely based on Jorge Luis Borges’ short story The Library of Babel, we follow an anonymous character who makes a… Read More