Archive for Video:
Work in Progress – by David Cain
David J. Cain Murdochville, Canada b.1964
David J. Cain began his career working at CityTV. A good place for a total novice looking to learn from the ground up. However, his first love has always been drama. So eventually he joined the Cinematographers Guild where, over the years, he was lucky enough to work on a few features and TV movies. His current work ranges from corporate and documentaries to narrative; from writing, directing, cinematography, editing and composting.
This is the first of many shorts films David plans to create in his off time for Gallery House.
To reach him via email please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 27, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Gallery House Spring Opening Video
Opening of Spring exhibition – Featuring: Ray Caesar, Joe Fenton, Catherine Howe, Anita Kunz, Brian Richer
Brian Richer Marble with Florescent Tube Installation
Full video of the installation that went down at Gallery House of artist Brian Richer.
Marble with Fluorescent Tube is generous with its references, which, at times, approach contradiction. Considering its apparent simplicity, Marble with Fluorescent Tube makes a wide variety of references, which, at times, approach contradiction. The form of the sculpture’s base is a clear nod to the work of 1960′s minimalist artists. In contrast with these modern references, the material from which the bases have been executed – marble – is closely tied to the history of figurative sculpture. A final competing reference presents itself in the fact that the sculpture includes electronic components, and is, to a degree, interactive.
April 30, 2012
By Belinda Chun
Jon Burgerman at Gallery House
Jon Burgerman recently made a short trip to Canada, a renowned graffiti artist has taken the time to make his mark in Toronto on Gallery House.
Burgerman exhibits internationally and has shown work along side contemporary artists including Banksy, Damien Hirst, Vivienne Westwood and Gerald Scarfe. His work is widely collected and is in the permanent collections of The Victoria and Albert Museum, Nottingham Castle Museum and The Science Museum in London. He gives lectures, public performances and signings and has recently embarked on a pop music project as the band Anxieteam.
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Audio Track – Andrew Bird