- December 6, 1988 to December 17, 1988
Garry Ross' objects are easy to dismiss. They are old and for the most part obsolete. By changing the context in which the object is seen, the former use is nulified and it takes on a transformed meaning. Ross subtly alters these elements by transorming the mechanical into a pastoral where they become like a river or a mountain and the contemplation of which brings forth a multiplicity of meanings which speak to the metaphysical.
By Garry Ross
date | 22 ProgramsDates 1988
- November 8, 1988 to November 19, 1988
Personal Mythology Is the temple a secret retreat within my own mind? Is the angel a myth of my own potential? The symbol waits for you – to find your own personal mythology. Humankind has always invented myths that search for inner perfection. Amidst the seeming chaos of our real world, mythology offers us hope for a greater potential. These works draw on symbols from classical and religious mythology, inventing new symbols for modern times.
By Yolande Valiquette
- October 25, 1988 to November 5, 1988
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By Barbara Grieg, Benny Boing Boing, Candy Gray, David Asmodeus, David Roberts, Diana Kemble, Hillary Wood, Joey Schwartzman, Kathleen Measures, Kevin Midgley, Lowell Morris, Margo Farr, Nels Holm, Renee Rodin, Rob Bishop, Sandra Lynn Brunt, Sylvia Borda
- October 11, 1988 to October 24, 1988
Walker's works combine elements of fabric, painting and collage that span the distance between traditional quilt and fabric work and painting. Her use of form, colour and texture is highly refined in these works and there is synthesis of elements that create works that are expressive and complete.
By Victoria Walker
- September 27, 1988 to October 8, 1988
Although working with brushstrokes for many years, it was while in Korea that Dancer became intrigued with the process of ink and brush drawing and its meditative preparation. This resulted in his first extended exploration of drawing: first with brush and ink, then, on his return to Vancouver, with pencil. Dancer's show at grunt consists of his drawings as well as diverse selection of his ceramic works.
By Fred Owen, Kybor Dancer
- Curated by David Asmodeus