Summer life and big news, we’re moving!
We’re wrapping up our time at the TPW R&D project space and preparing for our next big move! Stay tuned for more information as we start renovating an amazing industrial space on St. Helens Ave. Our official R&D programming has come to a close but keep following our facebook page or sign up for our newsletter so we can let you know about events, collaborations and written reflections as news becomes available.
For the first time ever, a selection of individual prints from the Silver Editions portfolios are available for purchase through our brand new online gallery. Starting at only $650 per print, this is a rare opportunity to acquire carefully curated, yet affordable photographs selected by our Curatorial Committee.
CNPC and Gallery TPW present a workshop on film and public looking
September 26 – September 27, 2014
There are still a few spaces left in this discursive film workshop with the Canadian Network for Psychoanalysis and Culture in collaboration with Gallery TPW.
We’ll be discussing our relationship to representations that solicit some identification with perpetrators of mass violence. We’ll be screening Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing and Grey Matter by Rwandan director Kivu Ruhorahoza. Priority is given to those who can attend both sessions.
Silver Editions 2014
Moyra Davey, Laurie Kang and Public Studio
Support Gallery TPW’s ongoing efforts to bring you free programming.Through exhibition, performance, writing and discussion, we facilitate opportunities for audiences to engage each other within a critical discourse about contemporary media art.
From September 2012 – July 2014, our project space, branded as TPW R&D, was intended as a transitional and flexible space for shared research and the development of critical discourse. As a temporary research office, our focus was discursive programming — writing, screenings, discussions, workshops, fluid exhibition strategies — where we were able think out loud about our methodologies for looking and showing as much as we continued to directly experience the force of images.
Check out the R&D archive here.