Publication

Barb Choit
Ten Shows

Co-produced with Black Dog Publishing, London

$14.95
Softcover
ISBN 9781908966667

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Ginger Goodwin Way

Jim Green, Jesse Birch, Michael Turner, Adam Sellen, Eric Bell & Raymond Boisjoly

Ed. Jesse Birch

$12
Softcover
ISBN 9781895005431

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Brady Cranfield & Jamie Hilder
Night Shift

$15
12” vinyl record

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Aaron Carpenter
Exercises in Kinesthetic Drawing and Other Drawing

$25
Hardcover
ISBN 978-1-895005-41-7

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Vancouver Anthology (2nd ed.)

Edited by Stan Douglas.

Essays by Keith Wallace, Sara Diamond, Nancy Shaw, Maria Insell, William Wood, Carol Williams, Robin Peck, Robert Linsley, Scott Watson, Marcia Crosby.

The essays collected in this book were first presented in the autumn of 1990 as part of a lecture series entitled Vancouver Anthology: Lectures on Art in British Columbia, a forum in which each contributing writer could test his or her research on the question of art and politics in public, before their papers were sent to print. The papers documented a range of Vancouver cultural practices, including the emergence of artist-run centres, experimental performance and video, feminist activity, collaboration, sculpture, painting, art criticism, conceptual art and landscape, as well as critical reflections on perceptions of aboriginal cultures.

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Vancouver Anthology, 2nd edition

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Hold Still Wild Youth: The GINA Show Archive

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The GINA Show

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Cranfield and Slade
12 Sun Songs

Cranfield and Slade: 12 Sun Songs is a yellow vinyl album made up of covers of pop songs about the sun. Aping a 1970s concept album Cranfield and Slade present twelve songs arranged to represent a day, beginning with songs about sunrise and winding down with songs about sunsets. Tracks range from classics such as George Harrison’s Here Comes the Sun and The Kinks’ Waterloo Sunset, to the lesser-known Sun by singer-songwriter Margot Guryan and Where Evil Grows by Vancouver’s The Poppy Family. The album combines field recordings made in various Vancouver locations with electronic sound and acoustic and electric instruments.

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12 Sun Songs

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Publication

Ron Terada
Cockatoo Island

Published by Bywater Bros. Editions
and the Or Gallery
April 2009
104 pages, hardcover, edition of 500
7.5/8” x 5 1/2”/ 19.3 × 14 cm
Colour cover and inner pages

ISBN 978-0-9780789-2-8

This book documents Ron Terada’s walkabout of Cockatoo Island in September 2008. Expecting an exotic, tropical landscape replete with cockatoos and other rare fauna, Terada instead found himself on an island more in common to an isolated penitentiary like Alcatraz. Located off Sydney Harbour, Cockatoo Island was indeed once the site of a former prison and shipyard, yet on this occasion, also the setting for the 2008 Sydney Biennale.

Presented in a refined yet deadpan serial layout, Terada’s Cockatoo Island “blacks-out” any visual evidence regarding the works in the exhibit, the trajectory of his walk, or any clues to the island itself. What remains is a list of each participating artist as presented by the Biennale organizers: on homely, hand-made signage that evokes at once both protest and resignation.

Price: $25 CDN

10 copies of this edition include a special edition print by the artist.

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Publication


Food For Thought

Edited by Sarah Edmonds, 2004

Glenn Alteen, Janis Bowley, Christine Corlett, Stan Douglas, Maura Doyle, Renée Gouin, James Graham, Arni Haraldson, Brian Jungen, Myfawnwy MacLeod and Kyla Mallett, Trevor Mahovsky, Phillip McCrum, Lisa Prentice, Ellen Ramsey, Mina Totino, Keith Wallace,

Food for Thought is an anecdotal history of the Or Gallery that includes interviews and writings by local artists and curators who have been involved with the gallery since its inception in 1983.

Price: $10 CDN

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Publication


d’Or: Notes on Collaboration

Warren Auld, Octav Avramescu, Cooper Battersby and Emily Vey Duke, Shary Boyle, Johanna Burke, Terrence Dawes, Jeff Derksen, Matt Dilling, Maura Doyle, Shayne Ehman, Scott Evans, Lesley Hope Farley, Sydney Hermant, Una Knox, Robyn Laba, Jace Lasek, Jane L

Edited by Sarah Edmonds, 2003

Price: $10 CDN

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