Timeframe: Angela Grauerholz & Michele Waquant

Curated by: Karen Henry

The artwork in this exhibition explores the open territory of ordinary experience which connects to the subjective as inspiration and memory. The work operates on time by its most expansive definition, employing the techniques of linear spatial time inherent in the technical mediums of photography and video and in the aesthetic techniques of movement, rhythhm, and sequence, but contained within a larger definition of time as experienced, affective and enduring, and in which the two poles of narrative and simultaneity become one.

Supported by the Canada Council.

A catalogue was published by Presentation House Gallery in conjunction with the exhibition, with an essay by curator Karen Henry.


timeframe, Gallery Invitation
Gallery Invitation

Angela Grauerholz And Michele Waquant: Time Frame

The publication from our 1991 exhibition Timeframe: Angela Grauerholz and Michele Waquant. The artwork in this exhibition explores the open territory of ordinary experience which connects to the subjective as inspiration and memory. The publication has a essay by curator Karen Henry, list of exhibition works and artist's biographies.

Designed by Alex Hass, printed by Hemlock Printers.

 

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