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Geoffrey Farmer

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Guy de Cointet, Geoffrey Farmer, Janice Kerbel, Daria Martin, Judy Radul, Ulla von Brandenburg at Catriona Jeffries Gallery October 28th, 2011 - December 3rd, 2011
Posted 12/7/11

I had a lot of questions going into this exhibition, and I mean that quite literally. How should I walk? Where do I stand? What do I look at? How do I act? Opting for immediate retreat I bolted for the dark confines of the film theatre to view Daria Martin’s Minotaur, 2006, a short film featuring choreographer Anna Halprin’s interpretation of Rodin’s same-named sculpture. The pair of grappling dancers serpentine through the robustly erotic allegory. (A note: this film was scored by electronic/p... [more]

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Geoffrey Farmer, Hadley+Maxwell, Myfanwy MacLeod, Gareth Moore, Althea Thauberger at National Gallery of Canada April 17th, 2009 - September 30th, 2009
Posted 6/16/09

Nomads, a collection of art from Canada's west coast province of British Columbia, fulfilled its remit in the sense of being wholly and completely aimless. Though the show purported to be about the concept of wandering, few artists appeared to address this theme even tangentially (producing site-specific artwork in Italy which deals with mortality and transcendence is a bit of a cop-out). Gareth Moore was on course with an installation work based on his voyage through Canada. The artist... [more]

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