Armando from VanCity at 1:55 pm Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Not sure what is going on; maybe if one tries hard enough, some logic can be drawn from it but I don't feel like solving puzzles at the moment. Lious Camnitzer's work, books and concrete, reminded me of earthquakes.
test at 1:54 pm Wednesday, April 4, 2012
anon at 12:32 pm Friday, March 30, 2012
rather uninspiring. Not even disturbing, although 13 variations is thought provoking and visually appealing
Jenny at 2:11 pm Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The works are very unique and also provides curiosity. The "Letters" seem to portray an idea of each city's atomsphere.Interesting artwork.
Jae at 1:38 pm Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Jess Smith at 4:42 pm Tuesday, March 20, 2012
THe artist seems to be sick, and this comes from the corrupted materialistic western developed culture. DO you call this a beauty? The western civilization will collaps soon by moral chanllanges...
Christian H at 3:23 pm Friday, March 9, 2012
I would be interested to know more about installation practices. /Fenster/, for instance, is merged into the wall itself. How is the accomplished? How much of the original piece of preserved? How much of it needs to be reconstructed in each gallery? Where does gallery end and exhibit begin? Also, how does your staff manage to work with that droning and animalistic background noise?
JesMac from Ontario at 2:08 pm Wednesday, March 7, 2012
enjoyed these works, a nice breather from works in other galleries. So much to interpret. Good use of the gallery space
Olga and Anastasia from Russia at 2:15 pm Tuesday, March 6, 2012
sooo good, ireally like the exebition, it's looks unusualll, also it helped me to know more about art and to be more creative. Thanks a lot for your really successfull art works!
??? at 4:32 pm Sunday, March 4, 2012
michael morris should try harder. disapointing
George at 1:45 pm Sunday, March 4, 2012
at the end of the exhibit I walked away scratching my head in wonder. I have no I dea what he was trying to convey.
Renee Rodin at 3:25 pm Thursday, February 23, 2012
It is so good to see this work. Still breaking ground.
JacLyn at 1:54 pm Tuesday, February 21, 2012
I don't know why Roger and Alex are naked, but it's fun :)
Jason at 2:18 pm Friday, February 17, 2012
'Atlantis / Jericho Study' 1 through 5 was interesting. Jiri Kolar's 'Untitled' (1963) was fantastic. Interesting exhibition, but I have absolutely no idea what was going on!
"Janey" from Our earlier life! at 1:27 pm Saturday, February 4, 2012
Saturday Cold and foggy and yes we bicycled all the way from WV and the brilliant "letters" cheered us up. So bold and strong It is so interesting to see how the printed word is interpreted by so many artists.
Arthur from Another Land at 4:11 pm Thursday, January 26, 2012
Intriguing.... Nice method of blending visual and literary elements.
Rhiannon at 4:09 pm Thursday, January 26, 2012
I thought that this was the most accessible exhibit I have seen here. It made me want to learn more about these artists and their other work.
Marion Farquharson from Scotland/Southern Africa/Europe/Canada at 2:46 pm Thursday, January 26, 2012
I have absolutely NO IDEA what this man was saying or what he was all about! Sorry, I found the exhibition disappointing and pretty pointless.
quinn from kelowna at 12:55 pm Saturday, January 14, 2012
fascinating look at the perspectives of color use, light, nudity and self-perception.
David at 9:20 am Friday, January 13, 2012
Michael Morris was quite influencial in Vancouver during the sixties and seventies.
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