Erratic Narratives & Archival Diversions

ERRATIC NARRATIVES & ARCHIVAL DIVERSIONS
| PANEL DISCUSSION

ERRATIC NARRATIVES & ARCHIVAL DIVERSIONS
| PANEL DISCUSSION

An artist-led walk-through with Martha Baillie & Malka Greene offered personal insights into the narrative & memory-steeped layers of Koffler Gallery exhibition Erratics, discussing the creative intentions that guided the development of the two projects in the exhibition. Donna Bernardo-Ceriz (Archivist, Ontario Jewish Archives), Dr. David Dorenbaum (Psychoanalyst and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto), Alison Pick (Author of Between Gods and Far to Go) & Maia Sutnik (Curator of Photography, Art Gallery of Ontario) join moderator Mona Filip (Koffler Gallery Director/Curator) to discuss the interaction between reality & imagination in both artistic works & human consciousness.
An artist-led walk-through with Martha Baillie & Malka Greene offered personal insights into the narrative & memory-steeped layers of Koffler Gallery exhibition Erratics, discussing the creative intentions that guided the development of the two projects in the exhibition. Donna Bernardo-Ceriz (Archivist, Ontario Jewish Archives), Dr. David Dorenbaum (Psychoanalyst and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto), Alison Pick (Author of Between Gods and Far to Go) & Maia Sutnik (Curator of Photography, Art Gallery of Ontario) join moderator Mona Filip (Koffler Gallery Director/Curator) to discuss the interaction between reality & imagination in both artistic works & human consciousness.


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