Joint Curatorial Tour and discussion of Entering the Landscape curated by Jenifer Papararo and Sarah Nesbitt; and INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE curated by Jaimie Isaac and Julie Nagam

November 14, 2017
Plug In ICA , 460 Portage Ave | Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard

Joint Curatorial Tour and discussion of Entering the Landscape, curated byJenifer Papararo and Sarah Nesbitt; and INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE, curated by Jaimie Isaac and Julie Nagam

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

4:15-5pm • Tour at The Winnipeg Art Gallery, INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE
5:15-6pm • Tour at Plug In ICA, Entering the Landscape
6pm • Discussion at Plug In ICA

Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art |1-460 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Canada


Ana Mendieta, Isla, 1981 (Estate print 1994)     Bruno Canadien, Hustle & Bustle/Downriver House, 2016. 
© 
The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection,
LLC.  Collection of the artist.
Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.

This joint tour and discussion will focus on the curatorial methods and processes engaged by the curators of Entering the Landscape and Insurgence/Resurgence. All Welcome.  

Entering the Landscape
OCTOBER 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 2017
Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, 460 Portage Avenue

Pia Arke • Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory • Jaime Black • Lori Blondeau • A.K. Burns • The Ephemerals • Melissa General  • Rebecca Horn • Katherine Hubbard • Maria Hupfield • Simone Jones •  Tau Lewis • Amy Malbeuf  • Meryl McMaster •  Ana Mendieta • Natalie Purschwitz • Dominique Rey • Jamie Ross • Xaviera Simmons • Ming Wong • Alize Zorlutuna 

Entering the Landscape is a contemplative group exhibition featuring twenty-one artists from Canada, the USA, Denmark, and Berlin. Working in film and video, photography, sculpture, and performance these artists represent a breadth of politicized contemporary and iconic historical works that place the female or queer body in the landscape. Bringing together artworks that conceptually and aesthetically overlap, this exhibition identifies and considers a persistent motif in contemporary art.


INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE

SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 TO APRIL 22, 2018
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard 

Barry Ace • KC Adams • Joi T. Arcand • Dee Barsy • Scott Benesiinaabandan • Jordan Bennett • Heather Campbell • Bruno Canadien • Hannah Claus • Dana Claxton • Dayna Danger • Earthline Tattoo Collective • Bracken Hanuse Corlett • Tsema Igharas • Ursula Johnson • Casey Koyczan • Kenneth Lavallee • Duane Linklater • Tanya Lukin Linklater • Amy Malbeuf • Kent Monkman • Caroline Monnet • Tiffany Shaw-Collinge • Frank Shebageget • Amanda Strong • Joseph Tisiga • Couzyn van Heuvelen • Isabella Weetaluktuk • Linus Woods 

INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE brings together 29 emerging-to-established Indigenous artists who are pushing boundaries with their work. The collection considers political insurgency and cultural resurgence to radically shift our understanding of Canada, now and in the future. Working in a variety of media, the artists focus on Indigenous intergenerational cultural knowledge within land based practices, gender, traditional aesthetics, language revitalization, interconnected kinships, identity, and material culture. INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE is the WAG’s largest-ever exhibition of contemporary Indigenous art and includes 12 new commissions from artists across Canadian territories and nations. Feel the pulse of today through tufting, tattooing, painting, sculpture, installation, photography, sound, beading, media, and performance. 


All public programming is free and open to the public. Everyone welcome!


UPCOMING ASSOCIATED PROGRAMMING 
Respondent Series talk with Lori Blondeau 
Thursday, November 16, 7pm
Premier screening of After Birth, 2017 by The Ephemerals with discussion moderated by Jenifer Papararo 
Thursday, November 23, 7pm 

Upcoming Guided tours

Curatorial Tour with Jenifer Papararo 
Saturday, December 09, 3pm


Plug In ICA extends our gratitude to our generous donors, valued members and dedicated volunteers. With special thanks to our Director’s Circle.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council and Winnipeg Arts Council. We thank the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts for their support of our 2016 and 2017 program, as well as Payworks and Wawanesa Insurance for the direct support of our youth programs.

Plug In ICA relies on community support to remain free and accessible to all, and enable us to continue to present excellent programs. Please consider becoming a member of Plug In ICA and a donor at https://plugin.org/support or by contacting Angela Forget: angela@plugin.org

For media inquiries please contact: Sarah Nesbitt at sarah@plugin.org or by telephone at (204) 942-1043.