Friday, September 3, 2010

TUFF 2010 - Sept 10-19th

More Gaming and Tourism work will be shown next week on the TTC screen for TUFF 2010. For more festival info and a complete schedule of films, visit the TUFF site. See you on the subway!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Greatest Show on Earth! Images Up!

Images from the Petite Menagerie exhibited at Xpace are up on the site now. Plus, some new headers (nips) and logos (tucks) for your viewing pleasure.



Saturday, June 19, 2010

Greatest Show on Earth: July 2nd

Xpace's The Greatest Show on Earth! starts July 3rd, and ends with the closing party on July 23rd, 2010.

The Gaming and Tourism Commission will be showcasing the "Petite Menagerie" in response to the theme of circus, camp, freakiness, and curiosity.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

New article for Magenta Mag

Photo courtesy of Jessica Bradley Art and Projects. Jason McClean 2009. Source:

Find out
why I don't dig art + lightbulbs in my most recent article over at Magenta Magazine. Actually... stand alone light bulbs aren't that bad...

Thursday, April 15, 2010


Just a quick Centaur update to announce a couple of new shows. First, I'm busily working away on new pieces for the exhibition, "The House that Masons Built" opening Saturday May 8th, 2010.

There will be new and past work exhibited, including the "faux fire" from the "8bit domestic" series. Curated by Melissa Koziebrocki, the Mason show will feature a top to bottom installation in the house at Bathurst and Lawrence. More details to follow!

There will be more info on the Xpace exhibit "The Greatest Show on Earth!" very soon as well.

Love, CT.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

New NYSAT Interview

Photo courtesy of NYSAT

A follow-up to my interview in May, I've once again queried about the on-going NYSAT project with Jordan Seiler. Check out that art of civil protest within the NYC city limits...

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Magenta Mag - Second Edition Now Online!

Image: Nicholas Aoki, good night; sweet hearts, courtesy of Narwhal Projects

Be sure to
check out this edition of Magenta Mag for my new article about Nicholas Aoki's show at Narwhal Art Projects in Toronto. Nicholas paints one sweet painting.