• Sandra Chevrier
  • Randy Grskovic
  • Andre Bergamin
  • Beth Hoekel
  • Erin Case with Andrew Tamlyn
Project Dates:
August 05, 2013
August 25, 2013

shopping centre screens across Canada

Burnaby - Metropolis at Metrotown; Nanaimo - Woodgrove Centre; Vancouver - Oakridge Centre; Vancouver - Richmond Centre; Victoria - Mayfair Shopping Centre; Coquitlam - Coquitlam Shopping Centre; Calgary - Cross Iron Mills; Calgary - Southcentre Mall; Calgary - Sunridge Mall; Edmonton - Southgate Shopping Centre; Winnipeg - Kildonan Place; Belleville - Quinte Mall; Brampton - Bramalea City Centre; Burlington - Burlington Mall; Guelph - Stone Road Mall; Lynden - Lynden Park Mall; Mississauga - Dixie Outlet Mall; Newmarket - Upper Canada Mall; Oakville - Oakville Place; Oshawa - Oshawa Centre; Ottawa - Bayshore Shopping Centre; Ottawa - St. Laurent; Toronto - Scarborough Town Centre; Toronto - Richmond Adelaide Centre; Toronto - Metrocentre; Toronto - Dundee Place; Toronto - Holt Renfrew Centre; Toronto - Vaughan Mills; Waterloo - Conestoga Mall; Windsor - Devonshire Mall; Brossard - Mail Champlain; Hull - Galeries de Hull; Montreal - Centre Eaton de Montreal; Montreal - Complex Les Ailes; Montreal - Place Montreal Trust; Montreal - Place Rosemere; Montreal - Rockland Shopping Centre; Quebec City - Laurier Quebec; Quebec City - Place Ste-Foy; Repentigny - Galeries Rive Nord; Trois-Rivieres - Les Rivieres; Dartmouth - Mic Mac Mall - Halifax

Burnaby; Nanaimo; Vancouver; Victoria; Coquitlam; Calgary; Edmonton; Winnipeg; Belleville; Brampton; Burlington; Guelph; Lynden; Mississauga; Toronto; Newmarket; Oakville; Oshawa; Ottawa; Toronto; Waterloo; Windsor; Brossard; Hull; Montreal; Quebec City; Repentigny; Trois-Rivieres; Dartmouth

Cutting Up Culture – August 2013

Cutting up Culture , an international exhibition of collage, features work by artists Beth Hoeckel (Baltimore, MA), Andre Bergamin (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul), Sandra Chevrier (Montreal, QC), Erin Case (Midland, MI) and Randy Grskovic (Toronto, ON).

Using popular media images sourced from cartoons, advertisements, journalism and fashion spreads, these five artists have shown how playful pastiche can be created through collage. Their diverse aesthetics, when combined with imagination, brings new meaning to these images, whether it is iconic, ironic, retrograde or obscure.

Cutting up Culture presents a selection of works that showcase the ways in which media imagery can manifest both conceptually and stylistically in contemporary collage practice. Curated by Sharon Switzer and Art in Transit intern, Zoé Noble Fox.