Category Archives: Of Interest

Exhibitions & CFP

A couple of exhibitions around the world that hit the nail on the head in terms of some of the issues we raised a couple weeks ago about art, citizenship, and locationality: El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State at

Exhibitions & CFP

A couple of exhibitions around the world that hit the nail on the head in terms of some of the issues we raised a couple weeks ago about art, citizenship, and locationality: El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State at

Site Specific / Community Based

I was talking about this installation in class yesterday.

Site Specific / Community Based

I was talking about this installation in class yesterday.

Happening in Toronto

A few events that may be of interest to you: 1. BUS RIDE #6 @ The Power Plant Artist Field Trip Maria Hupfield Saturday, 25 July 2–3:30PM Meet in YES! Association/Föreningen JA!’s exhibition space at The Power Plant FREE For

Happening in Toronto

A few events that may be of interest to you: 1. BUS RIDE #6 @ The Power Plant Artist Field Trip Maria Hupfield Saturday, 25 July 2–3:30PM Meet in YES! Association/Föreningen JA!’s exhibition space at The Power Plant FREE For

New-Genre Public Art & Vik Muniz Waste Land

In talking about new-genre public art and the potential critique of such work I was reminded of a really interesting documentary I saw recently on the work of Vik Muniz. Waste Land follows the artist as he returns to his

New-Genre Public Art & Vik Muniz Waste Land

In talking about new-genre public art and the potential critique of such work I was reminded of a really interesting documentary I saw recently on the work of Vik Muniz. Waste Land follows the artist as he returns to his

Does it matter where an artist lives?

This article on Online Digital Artwork and the Status of the ‘Based–In’ Artist by the group W.A.G.E. might be of interest in light of our discussions on transnationalism, as well as in relation to our upcoming readings on sites and

Does it matter where an artist lives?

This article on Online Digital Artwork and the Status of the ‘Based–In’ Artist by the group W.A.G.E. might be of interest in light of our discussions on transnationalism, as well as in relation to our upcoming readings on sites and

Art in the Age of Surveillance

Sur Gallery is currently showing an exhibition Sportsmanship under Surveillance, which explores the ways artists are responding to surveillance under the guise of national security. A blurb from the website: The exhibition exposes various points of view of what it

Art in the Age of Surveillance

Sur Gallery is currently showing an exhibition Sportsmanship under Surveillance, which explores the ways artists are responding to surveillance under the guise of national security. A blurb from the website: The exhibition exposes various points of view of what it