Analogue: Pioneering Video from the UK, Canada, and Poland (1968-88)
at Gallery Lambton, Sarnia, Ontario
February 5 – February 27, 2010
Analogue illuminates the early histories of video art in the UK, Canada, and Poland. By examining twenty years of artists’ video from these three countries, Analogue aims to broaden our understanding of this versatile medium, while charting its transition from the politicized margins of artistic practice to the mainstream.
Saturday, February 6th, 1:00 pm
Join Lisa Steele, Peggy Gale, Kim Tomczak and Deirdre Logue, in a discussion on the evolution of video art and its future from their unique perspectives as practitioners and curators.
Art & Ideas Screenings
Every Thursday during Analogue at 7:00pm, Gallery Lambton will screen a topical contemporary video program. Assistant Curator Cameron Starr invites the public to join him and local artist Tyler Manzon in discussion. The series is planned with an eye towards forging a deeper understanding of the role these works play in our community, in our collection and in the discourse of Canadian Art History.
Thursday, February 11th
Curated by Vtape
Dream Deferred features works dedicated to the poetic potential of dystopian notions. While they unravel destructive forces, each work promises trust, a hopeful end, and a setting free of all things good.
Thursday, February 18th
But what have you done for me lately? Analogue (89-09)
Curated by Cameron Starr
This screening will feature contemporary work from a select group of the video artists featured in the Analogue Exhibition. It will offer the viewer an opportunity to see the development of video art through the work of a few historically significant artists.
Thursday, February 25th
Anything they can do we can do better
Curated by Cameron Starr and Tyler Manzon
From Gallery Lambton’s contemporary video art collection, this screening will be comprised from submissions over the past 2 years. Manzon and Starr will offer their critical insights on the current state of video art, as demonstrated through the work of emerging contemporary video artists.
150 N. Christina St.
Sarnia, ON N7T 7W5