November 8 - 17, 2012
Gallery TPW and the Reel Asian Film Festival are pleased to co-present the Canadian premiere of video work by Chinese artist Zhou Tao. Showcasing Zhou’s conceptual methodologies, his full body of video works will be accessible across multiple venues during Reel Asian. Whether in lush landscapes or suburban sprawl, imitating farm animals or somersaulting through cities, Zhou’s open narrative works mix cinematic document with performance gestures creating a unique perspective on the social and economic dimensions of living in China.
June 8 - July 21, 2012
The exhibition aims to call attention to the dual meaning embedded in the term movement: at once referencing movement as a political ideology and movement of the body through time and space.
April 13 - May 26, 2012
No Permanent Address is a three channel video portrait of the New People's Army, a Maoist guerrilla group in the Philippines. Shot over several months while living amongst their members, the work speaks to the persistence of communist ideologies at a time in which Boulos suggests “capitalism has begun to lose its sense of inevitability.”
March 1 - March 31, 2012
Duvall's projects most often focus on how individual identities are formed and revealed within social contexts and constructs. Posited in contrast to more intimate and private narratives, she consistently addresses the formation of public knowledge through art and media representation.
January 19 - February 18, 2012
Gallery TPW is pleased to present a solo exhibition by emerging artist Christine Negus. Negus’ works range from ephemeral objects, including glittery party banners, neon signs and artificially flowered memorial wreaths, to video works steeped in sweet sadness. you can’t spell slaughter without laughter is a constellation of short but intense, single channel videos and digital-animations investigating nostalgia and loss through humour and difficult irony.