SPAO Open House featuring Narrative Fallacy
Friday November 25 | 5pm - 9pm
Remarks at 7pm, followed by a performance by Raphael Weinroth-Browne
SPAO Centre, 77 Pamilla Street, Ottawa
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SPAO OPEN HOUSE
Join us at the SPAO Centre for our annual Open House Party! Explore the SPAO Centre and celebrate the photographic arts community through an exhibition reception, live music, the launch of the SPAO Annual publication and a holiday sale featuring limited edition art prints, just in time for the gift-giving season. For more information, including access to our online Open House, please visit spao.ca.
October 14 - December 11, 2022
Narrative Fallacy scatters unprompted memories and intense personal experiences amidst a shiftless, changing horizon. In this exhibition, Mario Cerroni, Victoria Laube, Leah Mowers, and Christopher Schmitt dissect the troubling notion of impermanence and present a chaotic collision of past, present and future. Between the loss of one artist’s faith, and another artist’s exploration of the necessity of death, lies the shaky uncertainty of the future. And yet, between one artist’s interventions on sensory memory, and one artist’s predictions of the future, lies the reminder that change can lead to becoming. This exhibition alludes to the expressive potential of having the rug pulled from your feet, and the wool from your eyes.
This exhibition is the culmination of a six-month artist residency at the SPAO Centre, where each artist worked on personal passion projects. The artists negotiated between the challenges of ongoing pandemic restrictions, and staying true to their artistic pursuits. The result is a timely and thoughtful experience that pursues authenticity despite external pressures. View Narrative Fallacy online by visiting spao.ca/gallery.
ABOUT THE SPAO CENTRE
The SPAO Centre is home to the Ottawa region's only independent and critical gallery space dedicated to lens-based art. Gallery programming includes the exhibition of photographic and video art work by emerging and established artists, working locally, nationally and internationally.
S?PAO houses the only two-year photographic arts college in Canada. We pride ourselves on offering students a one-of-a-kind college diploma program and an unparalleled opportunity to launch a career in the photographic arts. Your talent and vision will be cultivated through small classes, individualized hands-on learning, and access to rare photographic techniques and renowned experts.
For more information, please contact us:
613 562 3824
77 PAMILLA STREET
OTTAWA ONTARIO KIS 3K7
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