bump in the night
By Lisa Steele & Kim Tomczak
Curated by Paul Wong
This is a series of life-size photo-text panels featuring students from the Native Education College. Previous versions include Caen (France), Stuttgart (Germany), Barrie and Toronto (Ontario). This site-specific project is presented in partnership with InTransitBC at Canada Line Broadway-City Hall Station and in the storefront windows of 1965 Main Street.
This installation is part of a major exhibition of 21st century art by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak, “The Long Time” curated by Paul Wong, on display at On Main Gallery at 1965 Main Street until Sept 29,2012. The exhibit features the work of long-time collaborators Steele + Tomczak who have produced an extraordinary body of work investigating aspects of the self for over 30 years. The two are recipients of the 2005 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts, and have received honorary doctorates from UBC Okanagan and Steele from OCAD University for their significant contributions to contemporary life, art and politics.
REMOVED: January 4th, 2013