Studio Sixty Six

Exhibitions

Present

ALANA LATINCIC | The game doesn't start until you say YES | THURSDAY, JUNE 2 - SATURDAY, JUNE 25 2016

The game doesn’t start until you say YES is a series of digital prints and an installation by Ottawa artist Alana Latincic. She has recently completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Ottawa specializing in photography, and primarily explores video game culture through her artwork.

This series erases the utility of video game consoles through the manipulation and abstraction of their images – opting instead to focus on the implicit history and value of these objects from both a personal and cultural perspective. Alana is also fascinated by the notion of the “protagonist” and how video game paraphernalia has the power to invoke a sense of responsibility in the player – and here by extension, the viewer – to actively engage in the narrative being presented and drive it forward to completion. Her installation work begins to explore this phenomenon, asking the viewer to take the controller and make interventions in the artwork to create new endings for the piece.

Upcoming

these may (not) be places | JULY 7 - AUGUST 27
NATALIE BRUVELS | Lovers' Imbroglio

Past

GABRIELA AVILA-YIPTONG | IN THE BEGINNING | APR. 14 - MAY 21 2016
PAMELA LESZCZYNSKI | Compound | March 26 - 27
SHELBY DAWN SMITH | DIFFERENT EVERY TIME | MAR. 11 - APR. 9 2016
AMANDA BOULOS | SPLIT SPIT MOUND | JAN. 30 - MAR. 05
STÉPHANIE ST-JEAN AUBRE | un-sold | JAN. 2016
OTTAWA RIVERKEEPER HOLIDAY GIFT FUNDRAISER 2015
SUSAN ROSTON | ACTINIARIA | NOV. 26 - DEC. 20
GUILLERMO TREJO | IT IS ABOUT PLANTS, MODERNISM, AND OTHER THINGS
LAURA DEMERS | UNKNOWN DESTINATIONS | OCT. 8 - OCT. 25
APPROACHING FORM | Abstract Painting: Preview
L. KOLTUN | DISTRACTION | AUG. 6 - AUG. 17
JORDAN CLAYTON | A DIALOGUE WITH TAXONOMY | JULY 16 - AUG. 2
ANNA J. EYLER, NICOLAS LAPOINTE | BETWEEN DIFFÉRANCE, AND NOW
GRAPHIS
CORPOREAL | SABRINA CHAMBERLAND
DISSONANCE
UNDER $500 HOLIDAY SHOW & FUNDRAISER
SURFACING II
PUSH: THE NEW PRINTMAKERS
THE NEW PHOTOGRAPHERS
A YEAR IN REFLECTION