Katherine Knight: I Became Unconscious

Curated by: Karen Love

A multi-media installation by Toronto-based artist Katherine Knight. This work investigates the question of 'choice' through the juxtaposition of stories of water-related disaster including an 1881 shipwreck on the Thames River near London, Ontario, and the 1954 'Hurricane Hazel'.
Supported by the Canada Council.

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May 18, 2:15pm |Artist's Talk with Katherine Knight, followed by a Reception


Katherine Knight, I became unconscious, detail of video installation, 1996
Katherine Knight, I became unconscious, detail of video installation, 1996

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