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2003 / 2004 exhibition history /
historique d’exposition

Installation view
Vue d’installation

University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto

2011

Installation view
Vue d’installation

University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto

2011

Installation view
Vue d’installation

University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto

2011

Installation view
Vue d’installation

University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto

2011

Installation view
Vue d’installation

National Gallery of Canada/ Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography (CMCP), Ottawa

Musée des beaux-arts du Canada/ Musée canadien de la photographie contemporaine (CMCP), Ottawa

2010

Installation view
Vue d’installation

National Gallery of Canada/ Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography (CMCP), Ottawa

Musée des beaux-arts du Canada/ Musée canadien de la photographie contemporaine (CMCP), Ottawa

2010

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver

2008

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver

2008

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver

2008

Installation view
Vue d’installation

VOX centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal

2006

photo © Michel Brunelle

Installation view
Vue d’installation

The Ottawa Art Gallery
La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa

2007

Installation view
Vue d’installation

The Ottawa Art Gallery
La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa

2007

Installation view
Vue d’installation

The Ottawa Art Gallery
La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa

2007

Installation view
Vue d’installation

VOX centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal

2006

photo © Michel Brunelle

Installation view
Vue d’installation

VOX centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal

2006

photo © Michel Brunelle

Installation view
Vue d’installation

VOX centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal

2006

photo © Michel Brunelle

Installation view
Vue d’installation

VOX centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal

2006

photo © Michel Brunelle

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto

2004

photo © Michael McCullen

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto

2004

photo © Michael McCullen

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston

2003

Installation view
Vue d’installation

Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston

2003

Description

After Alexander Rodchenko’s reading room of the USSR Workers’ Club, conceived for L’expositioninternationale des Arts décoratifs et industriels modernes, Paris, 1925. Unique mixed-media installation: 2 reading tables and 12 chairs made of Russian plywood, 12 artist’s books (pp. 172–195), 1 chess table/chairs, 32 chess pieces, 1 Interview magazine (date ?) cover showing Alexander Rodchenko’s poster for the film Cine-Eye (Kino glaz) by Dziga Vertov, 1924 (framed), collection of books and facsimiles, film/collage (in collaboration with Réjean Myette) entitled Ephemeris, 16:06 minutes

D’après la salle de lecture du Club ouvrier de l’URSS d’Aleksandr Rodchenko conçue pour L’exposition internationale des Arts décoratifs et industriels modernes, Paris, 1925. Installation unique constituée d’objets et de matériaux divers : 2 tables de lecture et 12 chaises en contreplaqué russe, 12 livres d’artiste (p. 172–195), 1 table échiquier avec 2 chaises et 32 pièces d’échec, page couverture du magazine Interview présentant l’affiche créée par Aleksandr Rodchenko pour le film Ciné-OEil (Kino glaz) de Dziga Vertov, 1924 (encadré), collection de facsimilés et livres, film/collage (en collaboration avec Réjean Myette) titré Ephemeris, 16 min 6 s