Cold Cuts Video Festival’s <i>Cosmic Histories</i> Uses Sci-Fi to Probe Our Collective Psyche
Dawson City International Short Film Festival 2017 / ODD Gallery

Cold Cuts Video Festival’s Cosmic Histories Uses Sci-Fi to Probe Our Collective Psyche

For the past five years, the Cold Cuts Video Festival has been held in conjunction with the Dawson City International Short Film Festival. Originally conceived by Nicole Rayburn, who has been its producer ever since, Cold Cuts is a curated exhibition at the ODD Gallery of video works by contemporary Canadian artists. This year’s theme … Continue reading

Artist in Residence / Education and Outreach / ODD Gallery / Uncategorized

Artist Talk with Kathleen and David Ritter

Wednesday, Januray 11, 7:30 pm, KIAC Ballroom. The Sound of North will be a collaboration between siblings Kathleen Ritter (artist and curator) and David Ritter (academic and musician). The idea is to borrow Gould’s methodology, that of “contrapuntal” sound, and to record the sound of the North not as it exists in our imagination, but in lived reality. We want … Continue reading

ODD Gallery

Monograph for Bananpocalypse Now! in English and French

Our current exhibition Bananpocalypse Now! Meet You in the Oblivion is by Montreal artist Jacinthe Loranger (check out her tumblr here). The show goes until December 17. Loranger’s silkscreened paper sculptures form a kind of theatre stage that confronts the banality of everyday life with surreal, colour-drenched iconographies. The ODD Gallery is delighted to be able … Continue reading

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Monograph: Mary Longman on Joi Arcand’s “Through That Which Is Scene”

Mary Longman, a visual artist and Associate Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Saskatchewan, has written an exhibition text for Joi Arcand’s show “Through That Which Is Scene.” It’s available in the gallery in print,  or online here. Arcand’s show is at the ODD Gallery until July 30. Dioramas, ViewMasters and a … Continue reading