Programming — 2004

Greg Staats, Witness (series) C Print, 2004, photo: courtesy of the artist

Remote Access

Frank Shebageget, Greg Staats

Main Gallery

October 30 – December 4, 2004

Curated by:

This exhibition marks the curatorial debut of Ojibway artist Michael Belmore.


NOTES FROM THE 20th: In Memoriam and Walter

Freda Guttman

Main Gallery

September 10 – October 16, 2004

Curated by:

Essay by Peter White


Odes to Anatomies

Wendy Trusler

A Space Windows

September 10 – October 16, 2004


[ESC] Electronic Social Culture

Neena Arora, Eliza Au, Shelly Bahl, Roselina Hung, Santichart Kusakulsomsak, Donato Mancini, Pravin Pillay, Jeremy Turner, Sakun Samarakoon, Gary Wang

Main Gallery

June 24 – July 31, 2004

Curated by: ,

Copresented by: ,

[ESC] marks the culmination of a partnership project with The Vancouver Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (Centre A) and the South Asian Visual Arts Collective (SAVAC). A Space Gallery is pleased to be the presenting venue for this exciting exhibition in Toronto.


Zero

Kristiina Lahde

A Space Windows

June 24 – July 31, 2004


Fatal Surveillance

Matt Bahen

Main Gallery

May 7 – June 12, 2004

Curated by:

Matt Bahen and veteran Toronto artist John Scott, under the moniker "Team Apocalypse", will present a collaboratively produced group of mixed media works, in conjunction with Fatal Surveillance, in the A Space Windows.


(W)hole/House in Exile

Vessna Perunovich

Main Gallery

April 2 – May 1, 2004

Copresented by:

Presented as part of the 17th Annual Images Festival, April 15 - 24, 2004

For more information: www.imagesfestival.com


Construction/Deconstruction

Tomislav Suhecki, Miroslav Pavlovic, Zivko Grozdanic, Stevan Kojic, Gabrijela Turturea, Tony Maslic, Goran Despotovski

Main Gallery

February 28 – March 27, 2004

Curated by:

Coordinators: Jelica Jovin (Toronto)
Nada Grozdanic (Serbia)

This project is part of an exchange initiative for which A Space will be presenting work by seven Toronto based artists at the Vrsac Biennal of Young Artists in Serbia. The Biennal opens on June 12 2004.


Attack of the Sandwich Men

Chris Cozier

Main Gallery

January 16 – February 21, 2004

Curated by:

Supported by:

The exhibition will be accompanied by an evening symposium hosted by The Cameron House on Tuesday January 20th from 5 - 8pm:
The Mix: Conversations on Creolization and Artist-Community Collaboration examines intercultural art and community informed art practices through the lens of creolization. The Caribbean's multi cultured and multi ethnic make-up will provide the framework for the conversation. Participants include Christopher Cozier, Richard Fung and Rinaldo Walcott. Toronto-based writer and scholar, Honor Ford-Smith, will write a critical essay that frames the issues discussed in conversation. The essay will be made available to the public in spring 2004 on the A Space website.

Essay by Aaron Kamugisha

Made possible through special project support from The Canada Council.


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