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November 14, 2012

Miriam Rudolph's Narratives of Winnipeg l David LaRiviere's Mesmerizing

Narratives of Winnipeg and Other Works
by Miriam Rudolph

November 1 - 23 
Fleet Galleries, 65 Albert Street
Tues. - Fri. 9 am - 5 pm, Sat. 10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Closing Reception November 23, 7 pm - 9 pm, with artist in attendance

window is pleased to present our fourth installation, Mesmerizing (2012) 
A Nomadic Movie-Poster Project by David LaRiviere. 
Until December 31
Artspace Building, corner of Bannatyne and Arthur [sidewalk level]

The Mesmerizing movie poster project was first mounted at the Roxy Cinema in Saskatoon, and was on display at the Globe Cinema in Calgary for the duration of the exhibition The Slight Return at Truck Contemporary Art in Calgary.

LaRiviere's work was featured in a two-person exhibition at the Truck Gallery in Calgary and a group exhibition at the Mendel Art Gallery entitled Beneath a Petroliferous Moon

window is an artist-run space for experimental and site-responsive presentations of contemporary art. window is occupied by one artist / collective / curator by invitation on a two-month basis, exhibiting work in any medium. It is expected that window will cease operations May 2014. window measures 6’H x 6’W x 1’D.

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