Results filed under: Exhibition

Camp Insomnia

Camp Insomnia, an installation specifically created for exhibition at the Western Front, is a campsite which does not offer temporary accommodation for the visitor.

 

Another False Front

Western Front Exhibitions is pleased to present The Western Front Front – Another False Front by Vancouver-based artist Reece Terris. This public art project is commissioned by

 

Tucson Images

New Cibachrome prints. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, further information on this project is currently unavailable.

 

Pyroglyphs

Mixed media installation comprised of images and objects which evoke the possibility of fire as a source of meaning.

 

You + You Alone

Mark Curry presents an installation of video loops taken from popular and auteur films of the 20th century. Using subtle digital manipulation, Curry suspends the

 

Tattooed People

Photographs. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, further information on this project is currently unavailable.

 

Introducing Brewery Creek

Looking into the future of Mount Pleasant with a historical look back. A scale model of the creek that used to run through the neighbourhood

 

Absolute Countdown

Western Front is pleased to present a new solo exhibition by Israeli artist Noa Giniger. Absolute Countdown, Giniger’s first solo exhibition in North America, traces the

 

Projects

An installation dealing with light and reflected images. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, further information on this project

 

Munich Mannequins

An exhibition of paintings. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, further information on this project is currently unavailable.

 

PIPITV

Titled My Boy, My Horse, My Dog (1997), it was developed from a complex, work-in-progress video installation entitled Shooting Divas. In Shooting Divas, twelve women