January 19 - February 23, 2013
For our first installation of 2013 in the TPW R&D space, curator Kim Simon asked artist Oliver Husain to consider the collective spaces of looking.
November 8 - 17, 2012
Gallery TPW and the Reel Asian Film Festival co-present the Canadian premiere of video work by Chinese artist Zhou Tao. 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.
March 1 - 31, 2012
The Toss is a video and sound installation in which Duvall documents her process of learning to physically toss others.
January 19 - February 18, 2012
Gallery TPW presents an exhibition by Christine Negus. 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.
October 20 - November 19, 2011
If the origins of the "decisive moment" in photography lay in a consideration of the holistic narrative within a single image, Decisive Moments, Uncertain Times revises this moment as the un-resolvable narrative.
September 8 – October 1, 2011
Ben Rivers’ four-part, 16mm film, Slow Action extends the artist’s interest in hermetic, rural existence by investigating four parallel worlds.
June 23 - July 30, 2011
The works within The Normal Condition of Any Communication perform acts of translation between individuals and across cultures and suggest that it is possible to communicate across differences so long as a multiplicity of meanings is fundamentally maintained.
May 12 - June 11, 2011
Paths That Cross Cross Again focuses primarily on text and images produced in the context of one relationship between American artist and community practitioner Eric Gottesman and then twelve-year-old Tenanesh Kifyalew, who died in 2004.