In: essay

Gabrielle de Montmollin | Weird Baby World
August 13, 2021

Gabrielle de Montmollin’s installation Weird Baby World is both engaging and eerie, employing iconography that is evocative and somewhat unsettling. Bart Gazzola offers a response to this street level exhibition, on display at Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) in St. Catharines.

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Eyewitness
February 16, 2021

Sandy Fairbairn spurs memories in the rust belt wonderland

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Hometown
December 27, 2020

Sandy Fairbairn spurs memories in the rust belt wonderland

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A Taste of Silence: Joel Smith
November 25, 2020

Landscape as requiem

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A Closer Look : Reading a Photograph
October 28, 2020

An independent commentary on photography by Peppa Martin.

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Fade to Black
May 11, 2020

High culture has pretty much disappeared along with the dress code.

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Ariane Plante
October 21, 2021

Ariane Plante is an artist who works in sound, photography, video, and installation. Having completed her studies in anthropology, she brings an understanding of what is actual field work and good methodology, to her sensitive and complex projects. Understanding more about her process, and experiencing the appreciative results, confirms for me a long-standing conviction, having attended, and taught in art schools: the best thing for artists to do is study something else in detail, that can be brought to bear on one’s practice.

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Cree Tylee
April 9, 2021

Cree Tylee ``...now I am rampant with memory....`` To be honest, and all the external influences aside, there are some parts... Read More