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September 14, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Current Exhibitions


2014-2015

Fall 2014

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Darren Copeland 
Expanded Listening
sound installation
September 17 - October 25, 2014

Expanded Listening functions like an instrument to challenge visitors to experience the ultrasonic dimension of their daily acoustic environment. Utilizing ultrasonic recordings of the urban and rural environments Copeland reveals the wonderment of an auditory world normally not perceived by human listeners. 


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Larry Towell 
Nightwalk
video installation
October 29 - December 6, 2014

Nightwalk was filmed during a night raid to a suspected bomb facilitator’s home in Kunar Province in 2008. Departing from his forte of still photography Towell shares with viewers a moving experimental video that captures the complexities of military conflict and human displacement.


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SCOTIABANK NUIT BLANCHE
Saturday, October 4, 2014
7:00pm to sunrise – Site #66
Toronto Office – Main Floor, Exchange Tower
130 King Street West, Toronto


Eric Limeback
CUBED

Algorithmic principles are utilized in the creation of a Rubik’s sculpture which speaks to the innovative spirit of Nuit Blanche. A presentation hosted by Dr. Jeffery Jones, Director of Laurier Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, will explore concepts of brain mapping and how this impacts how we think.

Project curated by Suzanne Luke, Robert Langen Art Gallery.

For more information on Nuit Blanche check http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/


Winter 2014

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Mary Catherine Newcombe
Nostalgia
installation
January 7 - February 14, 2015

Nostalgia explores a dissonance experienced on revisiting and reconsidering remembered landscapes. The work acknowledges a corporeal relationship with experience that shapes personal identity and mythologies.


Reading Week: Feb 16 - 20 (gallery closed)


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Kent Monkman
Urban Res Studies
painting
March 4 - April 11, 2013

Urban Res Studies, invites viewers to re-evaluate their preconceptions surrounding issues of disenfranchisement, displacement and the cultural loss for indigenous cultures. Monkman’s powerful visual narratives carry forward his exploration into the representation and depiction of Indigenous people in Canadian history.


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EMPTY BOWLS WATERLOO CAMPUS
Thursday, May 15, 2015
Lunch sitting 11:30 - 12:30
Senate and Board Chamber

In the spirit of giving back to our community the RLAG in collaboration with the Waterloo Potters Workshop will serve as a venue host for Empty Bowls 2015. All proceeds going directly to The FoodBank of Waterloo Region.