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Station 4 |Saskatchewan Gothic

Curated by Christine Ramsay and Strandline Curatorial Coll.

Description

Exhibit ran January 16 to 26 and January 30 to February 5, 2017 at Central Gallery

Additional Information

Meet in the Middle: Stations of Migration and Memory Between Art and Film (Regina, 2014-2017)
Station 4 | Saskatchewan Gothic
Amalie Atkins, Ian Campbell, Dana Claxton, David Garneau, Mike Rollo, and Gerald Saul
Curated by Christine Ramsay and Strandline Curatorial Collective
January 16 to 26 and January 30 to February 5, 2017
Central Gallery


Saskatchewan Gothic situates Saskatchewan art filmmaking through the “Prairie Gothic”— an aesthetic aiming to capture the unique and offbeat sense of being-in-place that is part of local identity, while works from Indigenous Saskatchewan filmmakers remind us that the “Prairie Gothic” is a white settler perspective by exposing the genocidal aspects of colonial Prairie history.

Amalie Atkins, Listening to the Past/Listening to the Future, 2013, video. Image courtesy of the artist.

When


Feb 5, 12:00am

Where


Dunlop Central Gallery

Interest


Past