Exhibition catalogue for the Dalhousie Art Gallery (Halifax, NS, Canada) (im)mobile exhibition, includes installation views, a curatorial essay by Mireille Bourgeois and Chantal Molleur, and a Forward by gallery director Peter Dhykuis. Guest writer Jonathan Shaughnessy (Associate Curator Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Canada) explores the work of Germaine Koh in his essay Germaine Koh: The Art World, Apps, and Everyday Life. Zurich-based Susann Wintsch (publisher, curator, lecturer and art critic) writes about Edith Flückiger’s work in her essay The Magnificence of Life. Catalogue designed by Sym Corrigan. The exhibition catalogue for the exhibition revamp at the Haus fur Kunst Uri (Uri, Aldorf, Switzerland) includes a Forward by gallery director Barbara Zürcher, images of the exhibition in situ including of five new artworks by the artists, and was translated in German. Both catalogue designed by Sym Corrigan of the Dalhousie Art Gallery.
Six Questions, Edition One
IOTA: Gallery, artist interview compilation from Pop-Up event and online art sale, Interviews between Mireille Bourgeois of IOTA and artists Bruce Barber, Jordan Bennett, Mark Bovey, Sandra Brownlee, Carly Butler, Lucie Chan, Amanda Dawn Christie, Cliff Eyland, Jason Holley, Craig Leonard, Yorodeo, D’Arcy Wilson, and Kate Ward, Format Available: E-catalogue PDF, pages,
Six Questions, Edition Two
IOTA: DATA Interview compilation from Art Out Loud event with participating artists and curators. Interviews between Mireille Bourgeois of IOTA and Mollie Cronin, Amanda Shore, James MacSwain, Hannah Levin McGrath, Sara Roth, Susan Hanrahan, Annie Onyi Cheung, Lukas Pearse, Des Adams, Leigh Ann Vardy, Lydia Zimmer, Arianne-Pollet Brannen. Format Available: E-catalogue PDF, pages,
Exhibition catalogue, Formats available: printable PDF Double-sided (48 pages), E-catalogue PDF (42 pages)
The exhibition l’Acadie mythique is a project of Saint Mary's University Art Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia, curated by artist Harlan Johnson and Coordinated by IOTA. It consists of contemporary artworks created in response to historical objects and documents found in collections of the participating archives. Each individual artist has selected an object or objects to interpret in the medium of their choice.