Oakville Galleries @ oakvillegalleries.com
Tracing Language includes a selection of language-related works that were made in the years between 1990 and 2000, a tumultuous decade in which the art world and beyond underwent many technological and societal changes. As the use of the Internet was becoming widespread, many artists responded in creative and critical ways to this new, digital language.
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens & at Centennial Square
The works included in Two Truths and a Lie speak to the complex interactions within the pursuit of truth—personal, visual, or social. Exploring these processes as ways of knowing, the exhibition highlights the different ways in which narratives come into being. The exhibition builds on the conceit of the game, featuring artists who are concerned with self-presentation, narratology, and language.