September and October were mega-openings, but November rolls out the primo little shows. This week, we’re heading all the way over to the Canadian internet. Here’s a sampling from our art events at the L Magazine:
Thursday, November 15th
Reading: Artistic Fictions, Printed Matter
Eight fiction writers from ‘round the world have set their stories in the art world. They’ll talk about why they do that and during a series of readings at Printed Matter this week. They know their audience: we love social events and don’t have time to read. While you’re there, buy something; Printed Matter estimated a loss of 9,000 books in the flood.
6-8 PM, 195 Tenth Ave./W. 22nd St.
Opening and Site Launch: HelloAmiga.ca, Toronto’s Trinity Square Video and the Internet
Here’s one for the Toronto readers: HELLO AMIGA, a show including gif God Lorna Mills (of AFCRPAAaA* fame), as well as Mark Pellegrino, Amy Lockhart, Alex McLeod, Barry Doupé, and Daniel Barrow. And if you don’t happen to live in Canada, then tune your browser north to the site page helloamiga.ca! We could spend an hour on each of these artists’ sites alone, so we’re setting aside a significant amount of time for this.
7pm 10pm, Trinity Square Video, 376 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario
For the full piece, click here.