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Annie MacDonell is a Toronto-based artist working with film, photography, collage and installation.
About this Edition
Alter Piece, is from MacDonell's series To Everything There is A Season.
Christine D'Onofrio is a Vancouver based artist.
Smarties presents the nostalgic childhood treat washed away of its color through licking on the surface. All eight colors display their own characteristics in the changed candy surface.
Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley are Leisure Projects, a collaborative practice that explores the idea of leisure.
Watching Water: Views of Niagara Falls is an homage to the 19th-century artist Godfrey Frankenstein's epic Niagara Falls panorama.
Formed in 1979 by Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse, the FASTWÜRMS multidisciplinary practice melds high and popular cultures, bent identity politics, social exchange and a Witch positive DIY cinematic sensibility.
Props and tribute to Spotti Fang, a distinguished orange tabby brother in the barn cat family of the House of Bast.
While the online virtual gallery and affordable editions are a vital part of what we do, we recognize the essential importance of exhibitions and direct cultural and social interaction.
Like you, we want and need to do things face-to-face in physical spaces.
To that end, we regularly curate and present exhibitions and have a range of special projects and collaborations with diverse partners (especially helping non-profits with their various fundraising initiatives).
We hope to contribute to and participate in the vibrant diversity of contemporary culture in our community and are eager to hear from anyone who wants to talk to us about ways to make that happen.
Our current exhibition venue is at Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art, located in the landmark 401 Richmond building, a destination arts-hub in downtown Toronto [map: 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124, Toronto, M5V 3A8].