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Exhibitions

EXPERIMENTAL GEOGRAPHY
January 28 - March 19, 2011

Artists: Francis Alÿs, Area Chicago, The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), kanarinka (Catherine D'Ignazio), E-Xplo, Ilana Halperin, Julia Meltzer And David Thorne, Lize Mogel, Multiplicity, Trevor Paglen, Raqs Media Collective, Ellen Rothenberg, Spurse, Deborah Stratman, Daniel Tucker, Alex Villar

Guest Curator: Nato Thompson

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 29 from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm

A free shuttle with 24 seats will be available between Sporobole and the Foreman Art Gallery

3:00 pm: Bus leaves Sporobole for  the Foreman Art Gallery
4:30 pm: Bus leaves  the Foreman Art Gallery for Sporobole

The exhibition is produced by the Foreman Art Gallery with financial contributions from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

Organized and circulated by ICI (Independent Curators International), the exhibition Experimental Geography explores the distinctions between the field of Geography and current artistic practices, as well as where they intersect. Curated by Nato Thompson (Creative Time, New York), the exhibition presents a view of this new mode of art making through a survey of works across a variety of mediums, notably the interactive screen, video and sound installation, photography, sculpture and experimental cartography.

A co-presentation by the Foreman Art Gallery and Sporobole, centre en art actuel

Press release

Text from Nato Thompson