Three video works by Sharon Alward, Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan and Wendy Geller are available to watch online for 48 hours!
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Video Pool is excited to share three works in our collection made by incredibly talented Manitoban women. Zuma by Sharon Alward, Super by Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan and Private Residence by Wendy Geller, will be available online for you to watch over a 48 hour period. Between 5pm Friday, March 7 and 5pm Sunday March 9, you can click on the links above, or go to the Vimeo album to watch!
Did you miss the “Toxic Life and Engineered Death” symposium Video Pool convened in conjunction with the Toxicity exhibition? Not to worry! All the talks from the day long event are now online! The keynote speakers were: Steve Kurtz, Joe Davis and Natalie Jeremijenko. Additional talks were given by Jennifer Willet, Andrew E. Pelling, Niki Sperou, Ted Heibert and Melentie Pandilovski.
30 Years of Video Pool eBook
2013 marks Video Pool’s 30th anniversary. In celebration, Video Pool commissioned four curated screenings of work in our archives. The curators, Daniel Barrow, Tom Kohut, Alex Poruchnyk, and Jenny Western, all focused on different aspects of the collection. The e-book 30 Years of Video Pool contains essays by the curators about their selections. The papers touch upon different stages of Video Pool’s history and subsequently speak to the incredible variety of works produced by artists at Video Pool over the last 30 years.