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Ending an Encounter:
Some notes on the end of a residency

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Posted October 22, 2013

In this blog post Gabrielle Moser reflects on her time as Curator in Residence at Gallery TPW.

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No Looking After the Internet

Discussion

Tuesday, July 30, 2013, 7:30 pm

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. The July meeting of No Looking After the Internet will respond to Jason Lazarus’ current solo exhibition at Gallery TPW, examining recurring tensions between public and private viewing. Co-facilitated by artist Michèle Pearson Clarke.

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Jason Lazarus
T.H.T.K. (Toronto)

July 5 – August 10, 2013
Opening Reception:
Friday, July 5, 2013, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Public Discussion with the artist:
Saturday, July 6, 2013, 2:00 pm

Gallery TPW is pleased to present “Too Hard to Keep,” a site-specific installation by Chicago artist Jason Lazarus, drawn from a growing archive of photographs donated by owners who find them too painful to live with any longer.

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T.H.T.K. (Toronto)

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Gallery TPW’s curator in residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on Jason Lazarus’ T.H.T.K. installation at Gallery TPW.

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No Looking After the Internet

Discussion
Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 7:30 pm
Canadian Lesbian and
Gay Archives
(34 Isabella St.)

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. In dialogue with the exhibition Gay Premises: Radical Voices in the Archives, 1973-1983 at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, and its critical counterpart of collaborative interventions, TAG TEAM, this month’s looking group will examine images included in the Photograph Wall: a key component of the exhibition. Co-facilitated by Erin Silver and Karen Stanworth

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Jason Lazarus and Sara Matthews in Conversation

Public Discussion with the artist
Saturday, July 6, 2013, 2:00 pm

Join writer and scholar Sara Matthews in a public conversation with Jason Lazarus about how we find meaning in images that already exist, what we want from images and what images want from us in return

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Looked-at Looking

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Posted June 20, 2013

In this response to the monthly looking group series, No Looking After the Internet, writer Noel Glover examines the role of witnessing and shame in the pedagogical space of the gallery and asks what it means to look at images while being looked at by other viewers.

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Desiring Images

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Posted June 5, 2013

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on the ongoing discussion series No Looking After the Internet.

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No Looking After the Internet

Discussion

Monday, June 10, 2013, 7:30 pm

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. The June meeting of No Looking After the Internet will respond to Doug Ischar’s current solo exhibitions at Gallery 44 and Vtape, examining desire as a force that often exceeds the usual codes of photographic representation. Co-facilitated by artist and curator Jean-Paul Kelly.

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Not Knowing and No Looking

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Posted May 15, 2013

In response to the first three meetings of No Looking After the Internet, part of the “Coming to Encounter” curatorial residency at Gallery TPW R&D, writer Alison Cooley reflects on the ways that curatorial decision-making, artistic authorship and the group’s shifting social dynamics shape the practice of collective looking.

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Thinking About No Looking

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Posted April 12, 2013

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on the ongoing discussion series No Looking After the Internet.

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No Looking After the Internet

Discussion

Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 7:30 pm

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. For the April meeting of No Looking After the Internet, artist Chris Curreri presents a collection of found photographs that elude easy interpretation.

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No Looking After the Internet

Discussion

Monday, January 28, 2013, 7:30 pm

No Looking After the Internet is a monthly “looking group” that invites participants to look at a photograph (or series of photographs) they are unfamiliar with, and “read” the image out-loud together. In response to Deanna Bowen’s solo exhibition, Invisible Empires, at the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU), the first meeting of No Looking will place archival images of racial violence in dialogue with Bowen’s installation.

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Introduction

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Posted September 22, 2012

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser introduces her 2012/13 residency project, “Coming to Encounter.”

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Aesthetics of Curating

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Posted October 24, 2012

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on the act of publicly performing research, the possible aestheticization of curatorial practice and her ongoing open curatorial studio.

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Unshowable Photographs discussion

Here is the audio recording from the Panel Discussion “Unshowable Photographs” at TPW R&D on September 20, 2012.

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“Residing”

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Posted October 29, 2012

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on public responses to and conversations surrounding her ongoing open curatorial studio.

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Open curatorial studio: Unshowable Photographs

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Posted October 10, 2012

In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser announces her open curatorial studio hours, an experiment which includes transforming the questions that the panel discussion about “Unshowable Photographs” raised into an experimental gallery exhibition.