Thursday, November 26, 2009

Tomorrow on Ossington

Tomorrow evening (6-9pm) marks the opening of Photorama at Gallery TPW! Our very own M'elk (from M'elk Empathy Month) will be present for the evening.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Friday, October 2, 2009

M'elk on Empathy, Bank on Art - Oct 6 - 12th, 2009

Image: The M'elk weeps for his Antelope brethren: M'elk, Union Station, Digital Photograph, 2009.

Bank on Art
will be flashing you GTC's sweet baby M'elk next week as they kick off their next round of digital displays at Queen and Shaw.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Baby Centaur's First Reading - Montreal

Better than my first karaoke...

Joyland saw a packed house at the Green Room, Montreal this past Monday (Sept 21/09) for the start of their tour of three North American cities. I had the pleasure of being part of the lineup with some of Toronto and Montreal's finest, including our gracious host David McGimpsey. I read a new short, Modern Babies, to a wonderfully attentive crowd.

Read more about it here, including how a poor fella fell through a trap door while serving Brian some water. I turned around just in time to see his hands disappear underneath the floor.

Next stop (though this girl is almost back in Toronto, now) is tonight at KGB, NYC.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

TUFF - Toronto Urban Film Festival

More from Gaming and Tourism:

Toronto Urban Film Festival
One Minute Films on the TTC
Sept 11th - September 18th, 2009

On all LCD Subway Platform Screens, Toronto

A new short,
Mr. Swan: Swansea will be screened on the last day of the festival as part of the "Trinity Square Video" category.

Monday, June 29, 2009

New Mondo: Steve Laurie

New Mondo, New Machinery, New Projects by Steve Laurie.

“A friend of mine and I were sitting on the sidewalk one day,” artist Steven Laurie explains, “and wondering out loud what it would take for people who didn’t typically talk about art to be compelled to come into a gallery or be interested in a contemporary art show.”

The possibilities often seem stunted by the fairly insular environments that many art communities tend to foster. This is equally perpetuated by design or lack of funds, and a conundrum that many artists choose, understandably, not to address when creating work, especially when it pertains to those exhibiting in galleries. Typically one would choose to have art appear in spaces that specifically appeal to those of the local “known” and “cultured” audience (who are assumed to want to attend a show), versus those who never typically show interest, but might if they felt compelled (those we assume may never attend).

Click for full interview here.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

May 25th, Contact Photography Festival on the Subway Platforms

Save the date: Monday May 25th, 2009 is the day the Gaming and Tourism Commission will request a moment of your time to consider the plight of the much maligned (but still dignified) M'elk.

*Blogger in Technicolor - Wonder at the amazement of file conversion. To see the image unaltered by Google, please go here.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Illegal Signs, NYC Edition!

Just finished an interview with Jordan Seiler about his 120-billboard project in NYC. Read all about that here.

*Colonial Williamsburg by Maya Huyuk, 2009