Tag: Main Gallery

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


Members In-Tandem

Nov. 16 – 30, 2013

Members In-Tandem: An exhibition of collaborative artworks by Eastern Edge Members. Opening reception: November 16th at 7pm Facebook event here


Robert Hengeveld – Intercession

Sept. 7 – Oct. 19, 2013

Intercession includes two kinetic projects that continuously and methodically operate in an effort to maintain a slice of the urban landscape; a lawn and a hedge. Kentucky Perfect and Ghostrider are both equipped with the means necessary to create and maintain the ideal specimen. Read the exhibition essay by Kelly Jazvac. Opening reception + Artist… Read More


Maryse Arseneault – Sanguine, Terre Brulée, et autres Angoisses

Jun. 15 – Jul. 27, 2013

Questioning hidden bloodlines in Acadian ancestry, Sanguine, Terres Brulées, et autres Angoisses investigates post-colonial ailments, notably surrounding the notions of appropriation, identity and territory, initiating dialogue between First Nations and non-First Nations people. Read the exhibition essay by Sophia Bartholomew. Opening reception + Artist talk: June 15th at 7pm Facebook event here About the artist:… Read More