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Ottawa Citizen

Posted on August 16, 2015

Review: Take your shot in 'interactive' execution chamber
Peter Simpson - The Big Beat

Lilly Koltun’s Distraction, at Studio Sixty Six only to Aug. 17, is a provocation that deserves a run longer than its scant 11 days.

Koltun, well known as a curator of 30-plus years at Library and Archives Canada and elsewhere, has created a small but effective multi-media experience. Her provocation is not for its own sake, but for the sake of viewers, who in the digital age can easily be lost in the all-encompassing flow of media imagery, particularly of the violent sort.

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Posted on August 06, 2015

Must-Sees This Week: August 6 to 12, 2015

Canadian Art Staff

In “Distraction,” artist L. Koltun uses footage of police action and reaction. It’s a topical show, which hopefully tackles the subject with some sensitivity, opening at Studio Sixty Six with a vernissage on August 6 at 6 p.m. 

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Ottawa Life

Posted on July 21, 2015

Take a Look Inside Jordan Clayton
Eric Murphy

If you stepped into Jordan Clayton’s studio, it might take you a minute to find anything out of place. The room in his Toronto apartment has just about everything you’d expect. There’s a wall with giant canvases leaning against it, brushes, a bit of oil paint splattered around, and of course, bacterial cultures growing on the window sill.

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Posted on July 16, 2015

Must Sees This Week: July 16 to 22, 2015

Canadian Art Staff

In “A Dialogue with Taxonomy,” which opens at Studio Sixty Six on July 16, Jordan Clayton focuses on the single-celled organisms (including viruses) that intimately share our lives, often unbeknown to us.

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Posted on June 11, 2015

Must-Sees This Week: June 11 to 17, 2015

Canadian Art Staff


At Studio Sixty Six, artists Nicolas Lapointe and Anna J. Eyler open a two-person show, “Between Différance, and Now,” which references Minimalism to explore “shared understandings of the sacred that have existed over time and across cultures,” and has a vernissage on June 11.

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Studio Sixty Six is a contemporary art gallery devoted to showcasing unique, thought-provoking Canadian art located at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This is our official blog, where we share what's happening at the gallery, as well as in the broader fine art and design communities of Ottawa.

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