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Ilze Bebris : Warren

Sat. June 4th 2011 - Sat. June 11th 2011
An installation by Ilze Bebris

“If the city is a text, how shall we read it? “
Joyce Carol Oates

The city, as Oates asserts, is a text that requires diverse strategies to interpret and to process this experience. Warren contemplates Carol Oates proposition through a dense array of structures, clustered claustrophobically together, worlds squirreled within worlds. This is both a model gone wrong and a poetic experience of the dense and regularized urban streetscape through which we pass every day.
Presented by: The Ministry of Casual Living
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Tuesday Nov. 6th until Tue. November 27th
Meghan Krauss

Busy Town 2018
Panoramic inkjet print on vinyl
3' X 7'

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Imperfect Parallels: Matthis Grunsky - Nov 15th @ The Ministry of Casual Living

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Friday Nov. 23rd until Sun. November 25th
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Opening - Friday, November 23, 2018, 7-10pm
Viewing - Sat, Nov 24 and Sun, Nov 25, 12-5pm
Ministry of Casual Living, Devonshire Studio Gallery
858 Devonshire Road, Esquimalt Industrial Park

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