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With Jessica Hans\, Lili Huston-Herterich\, Jimmy Limit\, Hannah Myall\, and Christopher Schreck.

DTEND:20150117T180000 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20150117T150000 GEO:43.6497137;-79.4317968 LOCATION:Art Metropole\,1490 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, Ontario ON M6K SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Balance: Approaching the Use of Ceramics in Contemporary Art- L aunch and Conversation\, Jessica Hans\, Lili Huston-Herterich\, Jimmy Limit UID:367549 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150131 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20141211 GEO:43.6497137;-79.4317968 LOCATION:Art Metropole\,1490 Dundas Street West \nToronto\, Ontario ON M6K SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Some New Fires\, Aubry/Broquard\, Katie Bethune-Leaman\, Robin Came ron\, Mark Delong\, Jesi the Elder\, Jessica Hans\, Lili Huston-Herterich\, Cody Hoyt\, Felix Kalmenson\, Parker Kay\, Jimmy Limit\, Eunice Luk\, Jeni ne Marsh\, Erin Jane Nelson UID:367548 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

"Notes From A Funeral Camp is an exploration of grief and humour through the media of video\, pe rformance and installation. This exhibition examines the relationships betw een death\, humour\, play and camp and how they relate to aspects of queer spirituality and to queer communities. The themes explored in this body of work include death\, nature\, culture\, witchcraft\, play\, drag\, sadness and glamour. Funeral Camp and the questions I pose are in part one gay man&rsquo\;s perspective on having survived the AIDS epidemic. As part of my research on these topics I question if it is possible to express hum our and grief simultaneously in a body of work. Can works of art be simulta neously camp and deeply emotional at the same time?"


An drew Harwood is a Toronto-based artist\, writer\, curator\, gallerist and N SCAD grad. Recent exhibitions include Sé\;ancé\; at Pl atform Centre for Photographic &\; Media Arts\, Winnipeg. He is past Dir ector at Mercer Union\, A Space Gallery and General manager of C Magazine i n Toronto. For the last four years\, before returning to Toronto\, he was t he Director of Zsa Zsa West\, a DIY commercial and experimental art space\, in Winnipeg that promoted works in all media by queer\, as well as emergin g and artists from under-represented communities.

Harwood wil l be exhibiting\, Notes From a Funeral Camp\, a multimedia install ation using elements of his Univeristy of Manitoba MFA (2014) thesis exhibi tion at Paul Petro Contemporary Art in Toronto in January 2015. Harwood&rsq uo\;s works are in the collections of the Bank of Montré\;al\, The To ronto Dominion Bank\, The University of Guelph\, Queen's University and pri vate collections in Canada and internationally.



Andrew Harwood gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Manitoba Arts Council Student Bursary Program and the Irma &\; Irving Penn Schol arship.

DTEND:20150214 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20150116 GEO:43.6443976;-79.4179483 LOCATION:Paul Petro Contemporary Art\,980 Queen St West \nToronto\, Ontario M6J 1H1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Phantom Aesthetique\, or More Notes From A Funeral Camp\, Andrew Ha rwood UID:367545 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150116T220000 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20150116T190000 GEO:43.6443976;-79.4179483 LOCATION:Paul Petro Contemporary Art\,980 Queen St West \nToronto\, Ontario M6J 1H1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Phantom Aesthetique\, or More Notes From A Funeral Camp\, Andrew Ha rwood UID:367546 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

RED RUM TUT is an ins tallation of Witch fiction\, secret languages and occult cant.


Complex iterations of XNA semiotics\, emo-argot\, queer code and ci pher cybernetics are treated and tricked into meta cryptolect txt.

In RED RUM TUT\, art\, didactic panels and docent jarg on are freed from the tyranny of instrumental and institutional reason. Viv a la gran red de la vida!


Love is the law.


FASTWURMS 10/14/14

DTEND:20150214 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20150116 GEO:43.6443976;-79.4179483 LOCATION:Paul Petro Contemporary Art\,980 Queen St West \nToronto\, Ontario M6J 1H1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Red Rum Tut\, FASTWÜRMS UID:367543 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150116T220000 DTSTAMP:20141221T104320 DTSTART:20150116T190000 GEO:43.6443976;-79.4179483 LOCATION:Paul Petro Contemporary Art\,980 Queen St West \nToronto\, Ontario M6J 1H1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Red Rum Tut\, FASTWÜRMS UID:367544 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR