Nadine Bariteau, Raymond Boisjoly, Elizabeth Chitty, Sohella Esfahani, Gautam Garoo, Patrick Mahon, Colin Miner, Lucy Orta, Jorge Orta, and Gu Xiong
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Rodman Hall Art Centre/ Brock University from from May 23 to September 28, 2014.
Introductory Paragraphs. By Stuart Reid, Patrick Mahon and Robert William Sandford
Foreword. Pg. 13. By Stuart Reid.
Preface. Pg. 14-15. By Patrick Mahon, Soheila Esfahani, Colin Miner and Gu Xiong
Pictures, Time, Colour and Apology: Some Terms of Address in Art About Water. Pg. 16-25. By Patrick Mahon.
Priming the Source: An Introduction to the Exhibition. Pg. 26-27. By Stuart Reid Artists' Folios. Pg. 28-63. Nadine Bariteau, Raymond Boisjoly, Elizabeth Chitty, Soheila Esfahani, Gautam Garoo, Patrick Mahon, Colin Miner, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Gu Xiong
Time, Process, Labour and Collaboration. Pg. 64-67. By Nadine Bariteau and Gautam Garoo.
Meditation, History and Reality/Fiction. Pg. 68-71. By Raymond Boisjoly and Colin Miner.
Migration, Cultural Memory and Adaptation. Pg. 72-75. By Soheila Esfahani and Gu Xiong.
Activism and Aesthetic Practices. Pg. 76-79. By Elizabeth Chitty and Patrick Mahon.
Water and Hope: Facing Fact and Inspiring Optimism in the Anthropocene. Pg. 80-87. By Robert William Sandford.
List of Works. Pg. 89.
Contributor Biographies. Pg. 91-93. By Nadine Bariteau, Raymond Boisjoly, Elizabeth Chitty, Soheila Esfahani, Gautam Garoo, Patrick Mahon, Colin Miner, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Gu Xiong.
Artists' Acknowledgements and Curator's Acknowledgements. Pg 94.
Symphony of Lights: An Exploration of the Stained Glass Windows in St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, London, Ontario. February 9-18, 2021. Artlab Gallery
C. Cody Barteet, Iraboty Kazi, and Anahi Gonzalez Teran
This catalogue developed out of the exhibition, Symphony of Lights: An Exploration of Stained Glass Windows in St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, London, ON, hosted at the Artlab Gallery on the campus of The University of Western Ontario from February 8-19, 2021. The exhibition focused on the visual and aural effects of the art of St. John’s. In the exhibition, we attempted to reimagine the grandeur of St. John’s artistic features by acknowledging their religious and historical settings, but more importantly, highlighting their artistic merit through a multisensorial experience that furthers those Londoners have enjoyed for over 130 years.
Sean Caulfield, Karilee Fuglem, Elida Brenna Linge, Patrick Mahon, David Merritt, Tegan Moore, and Francine Savard
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the DNA artspace from from October 3 to November 14, 2015.
Moving Pictures. Pg. 2-5. By Patrick Mahon.
Fleeting Images. Pg. 5-6.
Biographies and Works in the Exhibition. Pg. 7-8.
This publication documents Jamelie Hassan's Nur (Qur'an, sura 24:35; The Light Verse), a mixed media, site-specific artwork installed in the library of the Great Mosque of Xi'an in 2014 ... as part of the group exhibition The Transformation of Landscape Art in Canada: Inside and Outside of Being ... presented at the Xi'an Art Museum, Xi'an, China from 10 August to 21 September 2014
CONTENTS: "Introduction" / by Jamelie Hassan
and "Nur: Jamelie Hassan’s History of the Present" / chapter by Julian Haladyn