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Alison Wilding: Territories


Alison Wilding: Territories

35 pp, 19 colour photos
ISBN 0-88950-117-3
$12.00

The tactile sculptures and delicate drawings of Alison Wilding acknowledge the body as a primary site of meaning. Also included is an essay by the guest curator, Renee Baert, who examines the importance of the embodiment of Works from 1995-1997 This full-colour catalogue was co-published with The Edmonton Art Gallery. It documents an exhibition of sculpture by English artist, Alison Wilding, and includes an essay by Renee Baert. For sale only, not for exchange.

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This Place and Some Other: The  Solitary Journey of Landon Mackenzie


This Place and Some Other: The Solitary Journey of Landon Mackenzie

32pp, 5 b&w, 3 colour photos
ISBN 0-921972-19-9
$10.00

Moving between figurative and abstract works, the Lost River series and the Saskatchewan Paintings explore fictional territories and the real ones that inspire them. Catalogue Essay by Jack Liang.

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Accounting for an Imaginary Prairie Life


Accounting for an imaginary prairie life
35pp, 1 b&w photo
ISBN 0-921972-22-9
$10.00

In this spiral bound publication, Landon Mackenzie has compiled a series of his performance scripts. These scripts were not created for the written page, but as notes on geography, painting and emotion for performances in the tradition of monologues by 'girls on stools'.

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Roy Arden


Roy Arden
48pp, 16 colour photos
ISBN 0-921972-18-0
$25.00

Working with abandoned or redeveloped sites around Vancouver and Nanaimo, British Columbia, Roy Arden documents the inherent violence of these sites. This catalogue an exhibition of Arden's photography and is supplemented with essays by Peter Culley, John Miller and Scott Watson.

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