Serial Publications

hi how are you

Tiziana La Melia
Tiziana La Melia’s hi how are you adapts the format of an in-flight travel magazine as a model for building a narrative out of episodic reportage. With a blue sky calling card tucked in the back pocket for lay over calls, hi how are you is the object asking the subject how they are feeling.

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Notes on Back to School

Amber Yared
Art educator and writer Amber Yared responds to Vesna Krstich’s curatorial residency, Back to School, a series of workshops, screenings, lectures, events and conversations focused on alternative pedagogy.

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Wanting Images

Sara Matthews
Writer and scholar Sara Matthews contributes a series of blog posts to TPW R&D Online. Entitled Wanting Images, the series explores the relation between art, pedagogy and desire. Taking the form of a conversation with various images, visual projects and curatorial strategies, the intent is to explore the notion of what constitutes a pedagogical encounter in looking and to consider the methodological dilemmas raised by such provocations.

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To Nobody

Alexander Wolfson
Responding to some of the concerns embedded in artist Oliver Husain’s TPW R&D exhibition, Toronto writer, director and artist Alexander Wolfson contributes a series of posts to our growing research archive TPW R&D Online. The writing is conceived as a ongoing dialogue between two nameless figures questioning the boundaries of the accessible/inaccessible in relation to representation itself. The text explores the limits of what is transmitted by an artist to whoever encounters the effects of a work.

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Coming to Encounter

Gabrielle Moser
In this series of blog posts, writer and independent curator Gabrielle Moser reflects on her curatorial residency at Gallery TPW including the ongoing projects Unshowable Photographs and No Looking After the Internet.

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What We’re Looking At

This series of blog posts chronicles what we at TPW are looking at. Where we get ideas, inspiration or things we believe are exciting and innovative.

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