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Relocating the homeless mind
A catalogue for an exhibition at the Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay, B.C.
Community University Research Alliance
British Columbia Arts Council
Memory informs present actions and charts future possibilities. The contributing artists in Relocating the Homeless Mind teach us that memory is visual, spatial, and topographical, offering the topos or place for future invention. Coming to terms with the small city requires a recursive engagement with landscape and story - a piecing together (literally, a "re-membering"), re-visioning and relocating life's edges, angles, and lines.
Artists -- British Columbia -- InterviewsComox Valley Art Gallery -- Exhibitions
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