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Shannon Leigh Pomeroy

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Shannon Leigh Pomeroy is the winner of the HOLD FAST 2015 Art Sprint Eastern Edge Award! As the winner, she will present a short exhibition of her work in the Rogue Gallery, opening this Friday at 7pm. All rendered with an 8B pencil, the images Shannon will present in Lines on Paper: Digital Pilgrimages and… Read More


Jamie Ross / Jade Yumang

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JAMIE ROSS – ROUSINGS JADE YUMANG – CITATIONS JUN. 13 – JUL. 22 Artists Jade Yumang (Vancouver/New York) and Jamie Ross (Montreal) present a two-part exhibition exploring queer form and ancestry. Read the exhibition essay by Sholem Krishtalka. Artist talk + Opening reception: June 13th at 7pm Facebook event here About the artists: Jamie Ross… Read More


Sarah Pupo & Kandis Friesen – Doubletake

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Part residency, part studio, and part exhibition, Doubletake is a live visual call and response between two animators, demystifying the animation process by allowing research, experimentation, and ‘finished’ work to coexist in a gallery setting. Read the exhibition essay by Sarah Smellie. Opening reception + Artist talk: May 23, 7pm Facebook event here About the… Read More


It’s the media not you

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It’s the media not you is a collaborative performance art research residency in which Icelandic artists Eva Ísleifsdóttir, Katrín I Jonsdottir Hjordisardottir, and Rakel McMahon collapse method and medium in Eastern Edge Gallery’s main space. Through performance itself, the artists investigate the use and effects of performance in both their individual and shared practices in… Read More


April White – Every day I wake up

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Every day I wake up is an installation exploring the actions and experiences of everyday life. Through watercolour and video, April White sensationalizes and memorializes a repetitive non-event: waking up. In his anthology The Everyday, Stephen Johnstone states that an aesthetic focus on everyday life may bring “overlooked aspects of lived experience into visibility.” Here… Read More