Wyn Geleynse: Film Works

Curated by: Karen Love

The exhibition of film works at the gallery include Telling Lies, 1988, Flight, 1989-90, Fear of Memory, 1989-90, Untitled, 1990, The Invention of Solitude, 1988.  The Film Projection Project at Building 70 on Granville Island was exhibited from 8:30 to 11:00pm from July 29th to August 2nd.

Supported by the Canada Council.

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

Events

Wed, Aug. 1, 7 p.m.| Lecture by the Artist, Room 260, ECIAD

July 29- Aug. 2, 8:30 – 11p.m. | Warehouse Projection Project, Building 70, Granville Island.

September 13, 12 noon | Geoffrey James. “Morbid Symptoms: Photography and the Twilight of Modernism.”

Co-sponsored by the Fine Arts Gallery, Simon Fraser University & Presentation House Gallery with assistance from the Canada Council.

Supported by the Canada Council, CMHC- Granville Island, and the community of Granville Island.

 

Wyn Gelenyse exhibition publication
Wyn Gelenyse exhibition publication
Wyn Geleynse, A Film Projection at Building 70, Granville Island, Vancouver
Wyn Geleynse, A Film Projection at Building 70, Granville Island, Vancouver
Wyn Geleynse, A Film Projection at Building 70, Granville Island. (detail)
Wyn Geleynse, A Film Projection at Building 70, Granville Island. (detail)
Wyn Geleynse, Telling Lies, 1988 (detail)
Wyn Geleynse, Telling Lies, 1988 (detail)
Geleynse, Gallery Invitation
Gallery Invitation

Wyn Geleynse: Film Works

Produced on the occasion of Wyn Geleynse's 1990 exhibition of filmworks at Presentation House Gallery and an off-site warehouse projection piece at Building 70 on Granville Island, which ran during the evenings from July 29 - August 2, 1990. The catalogue includes a list of exhibition works. Curated by Gallery Director Karen Love.

Catalogue Design: Alex Hass, Printer: Hemlock Printers

 

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