Precipice , Crystal Mowry
March 18th – April 29th, 2011
Bound together within the ideas of utopia, rural escape, and futile desire, and motivated by sites of wonder and sublime experiences; Mowry presents “Precipice” an installation consisting of two parts: a diorama of a landscape and a video projection.
Tanya Lukin Linklater: Give me an A!
May 7th @ 7 pm.
The cheerleader is an intermediary or conduit, rallying crowds through chants, cheers, dance routines & jumps, directing the attention of the crowd to sports-related spectacle.
Kristin Ivey: Illusionary Landscape Studies
On View: May 13th – June 30th , 2011
The White Water Gallery is pleased to present Kristin Ivey’s Strange, yet inviting three dimensional soft sculptures loosely resembling the juxtaposition between the natural and the human altered landscape.
Jonathan Hobin: IN THE PLAYROOM
July 29th – September 11th, 2011
Drawing from iconic literary, cinematic and historical references as well as from popular culture, Hobin’s photography explores the darker, or at the very least, the troubling aspects of childhood, imagination and storytelling.
Dana Holst: Sometimes Rainbows are Black
September 16th – October 15th, 2011
“Sometimes Rainbows are Black” explores themes of female anxiety and self-loathing in contemporary society through the use of fairytale-based imagery, fashion/able embellishments and kinetic elements.
Duane Linklater: Journey Through
October 21st – November 5th, 2011
Largely dismissed by critics and fans alike, Neil Young’s first film, Journey Through the Past(1972) remains a curious document for the prolific and influential Young. Read More…
Jason Baerg: Relations
November 18th, 2011 – January 7th, 2012
Popular science confirms that the activity on the Sun affects the molten core of Earth. The molten centre of Earth pulsates and the rhythm affects it’s human inhabitants.