Media Arts

Mitchell Wiebe is a multidisciplinary artist living in Halifax. The main focus of his work is painting, which acts as a synthesis for various art forms. Installation, performance, new wave music, film noir, classic cartoons and drawing all inform his process of picture-making.

David Ferguson is a writer, painter, and producer of dance and film. As a Founding Artistic co-Director of Suddenly Dance Theatre (1992-present) in Victoria, B.C. he has been a producer/curator of numerous collaborative, multi-media projects and dance productions, including the annual Romp!

Irene Bindi is a Winnipeg-based multidisciplinary artist and film programmer. Her work has exhibited and screened at various galleries and festivals across Canada and in the US.

Video Art @ Garrick's Head

Tuesday, April 23, 2013,
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 
8:00–9:00 p.m.
Garrick's Head Pub
1140 Government Street
 
Video Art @ Garrick’s Head was a showcase of local video artists on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at 8 p.m., in the newly renovated section of the Garrick’s Head Pub in Bastion Square. This program was a collaboration between Open Space, MediaNet, and the Garrick’s Head in an effort to present contemporary video works in the context of the downtown bar venue. 
 
Works Featured
Richard Raxlen — "Mumbles and Everything Reminds Me of My Dog"
Janet Rogers — "Just Watch"
Scott Amos — "Primordial Soup"
Morgan Tams — "Killer's Crossing"
Carolyn Doucette — "Little Plank Walk"
Pamela Millar — "Blue Minute Bridge"
Constance Cook — "Anarchist's Footwear"
Paul Whittington — "L19 Disposed"
Alejandro Valbuena — "Caffeine"

Artist-in-Residence: Amalie Atkins

Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 12:00 pm to Thursday, June 27, 2013, 5:00 pm

2013 Sobey Award nominee, Amalie Atkins, creates cinematic fables through her sophisticated blend of film and textiles. From Tuesday, June 11 to Thursday, June 27, Atkins will work at Open Space, finishing the current chapter of her series, We Live on the Edge of Disaster and Imagine We Are in a Musical.

The Braid Harvesters will be on display from Friday, June 28 through Saturday, July 27.

Atkins' short films and cinematic performances borrow from the structure of traditional myths and fairy tales, while also representing personal symbolism. Set in a prairie landscape, the artist's movies are often punctuated with objects sewn from brightly coloured felt, emulating the whimsy and uncertainty of children's storybooks. Atkins intense installations generate magic by overlapping everyday life, dreams and inconclusive narratives.

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