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June 27, 2016
Canadian Excellence

2008 - 2009

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FALL 2008


Paula Braswell

Globalization Two
Multimedia Installation
September 17 - October 11, 2008

Globalization Two incorporates sound, digital photographs and video projections to explore current environmental issues and concepts. Braswell's work often speaks about the human connection / disconnection to the world around us.

Raffael Iglesias
Blitzkrieg Bop

Mixed media on canvas
October 15 - November 8, 2008

Blitzkrieg Bop features vibrant “cultural landscapes” inspired by Iglesias’s cultural heritage, socio-political issues and urban art. These powerful narratives are created through the fusion of pop culture imagery and iconic symbols.


Libby Hague
Cut/close to home

Video installation
November 12 - December 6, 2008

Cut/close to home explores the complex nature of relationships and how inequalities can create conflict between genders. By inviting viewers to interact with the work Hague hopes that participants will embrace their ability to facilitate change.


Sohelia Esfahani
The Seeker & The Search

Acrylic on canvas
January 7 - January 31, 2009

The Seeker & The Search  explores traditional Persian script within a modern western abstract language. Influenced by the poems of Persian poet Rumi, Esfahani de-constructs the script into mysterious rhythmic forms that emphasize the concept of the unattainable.

Woldemar Neufeld (1909 - 2002)
Woldemar Neufeld's Canada

Selected works from the WLU Permanent Art Collection
February 4 - February 14, 2009

Woldemar Neufeld's Canada  highlights the art movements and influences that helped to shape his avid artistic career. This exhibition commemorates the centennial anniversary of Neufeld's birth.

Marlene Hilton Moore
Made To Measure Two

Sound installation
February 25 - March 21, 2009

Made To Measure Two  takes the viewer on a voyage to understand how individual life encounters impact  on our personal and collective experiences. By incorporating sculptural works with sound, Hilton Moore engages the viewer to re-examine their own personal sense of self.