June 3 - July 25, 2015
Hamadeh presents a new iteration of her long-standing research project Alien Encounters. Under this umbrella Hamadeh considers notions of alien-ness – as that which is outcast with regards to the law as well as that which is extraterrestrial.
May 2 – 23, 2015
The film Episode of the Sea is the outcome of a two-year collaboration with the fishing community of Urk, a former island in the Netherlands.
“…a container for mere possibilities that have not yet happened, a body in a state of becoming through time, or a structure for the expression of time as it moves both forwards and backwards at once.”
In 1968, Jill Johnston stated “I’ve seen Trio A a number of times and still think I haven’t really seen it.” This week of discursive events and performances initiated by FADO Performance Art Centre in collaboration with Sara Wookey allows the opportunity to see Yvonne Rainer’s canonical 1966 dance again within a constellation of conversations, readings and newly commissioned works.
June 23 - 26, 2014
Gallery TPW hosts a week of events with Ariana Reines including performance, reading, writing and talking together.
A project by Raimundas Malašauskas and Marcos Lutyens, with Tamara Henderson, Angie Keefer and Maryse Larivière. Partnering with Kunstverein Toronto to present their first project, HYPNOTIC SHOW, an exhibition that develops in the mind.
May 10 – June 7, 2014
Tris Vonna-Michell stages installations and performs narrative born of historical research and social observation, filtered through personal anecdotes.
Gallery TPW, and the Images Festival co-present Working in and out of the archive, the results of explorations of the Pad.ma online archive by Reena Katz, Jesal Kapadia & Brian McCarthy, and Naeem Mohaiemen, in consultation with representatives Shaina Anand and Ashok Sukumaran
March 8 - 29, 2014
Bojana Stancic’s single image exhibition, weighing and pensive, is rooted in the contemplative space of an encounter with works and their sites of display.
February 8 - March 1, 2014
Commissioned by Gallery TPW to make a single image exhibition, with The Counselor, Nadia Belerique plays with the limits of photography. Can a photograph be a stand-in for what it depicts?