What Happens When Nothing Happens
May 16, 2009, 2:51 pm
Filed under: News and Events

My video “Metro” will be shown at WHAT HAPPENS WHEN NOTHING HAPPENS : unrealised ideas from Montreal

Vernissage and book launch May 28th from 17h to 19h
May 28th to June 16th

Galleri Rotor 1 – 50 Vasagatan, Göteborg, Sweden
opening hours – tuesday to sunday 12 to 17

Chantal Durand
Anna Jane McIntyre
Jon Knowles and Tamara Henderson
Fake it Till you Make it
Jacinthe Lessard
Diane Morin
Taien Ng-Chan
Meghan Price
Jerry Robson
Karen Elaine Spencer

“What Happens When Nothing Happens : unrealised ideas from Montreal” aims to present Montréal based artists, reflecting specifically on the unique processes at work in the preparation of artwork. We aim to explore what happens in between, before, and after projects: unedited ideas, sketches, drawings, thoughts, trials, and everything in the meanwhile.

The participating artists vary in media, approaches and art practices, while the creative process often interlace and dialogue in its shapes, mediums and forms. This project explores the realm of the artists’ ideas, suspended in a time before their work is resolved and made subject to the structures of reading and power which exist outside the boundaries of the individual.

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hey! i go to pj, and i was reading your short story ‘Write me sometime’ and i was wondering what the theme for that would be? was it supposed to be how hard it is to keep relationships?

-youre a very good writer! :)

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sorry. this is my actual e-mail.

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