Jul 11 - 14, 2019
10AM-7PM

Roadkill | GIF

Lorna Mills

Trinity Square Video (vitrine) (401 Richmond St. W.)
July 11-14, 2019
10AM-7PM
FREE


View Lorna Mills’ GIF artwork Roadkill in Trinity Square Video’s vitrine space at 401 Richmond for the duration of Vector Festival.

About the Artist

Lorna Mills has actively exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions since the early 1990’s, both in Canada and Internationally. Her practice has included obsessive Ilfochrome printing, obsessive painting, obsessive super 8 film & video, and obsessive on-line animated GIFs incorporated into restrained off-line installation work. Recent exhibitions include “Dreamlands” at the Whitney Museum, NY, “Wetland” at the Museum of the Moving Image, NY and “The Great Code” at Transfer Gallery, NY. For the month of March, 2016, her work “Mountain Time/Light was displayed on 45 Jumbo monitors in Times Square, NYC, every night as part of the Midnight Moment program curated by Times Square Arts. Lorna Mills is represented by Transfer Gallery in Brooklyn, New York and DAM Gallery in Berlin.


Image: Lorna Mills, Roadkill. Image courtesy of the artist.

Past exhibition
Sep 7 - Oct 8, 2022

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An exhibition curated by 2022 IA Current Curator Talia Golland exploring digital materiality through the assembly of physical, networked, and gestural connections.

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Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?)―Works by Xuan Ye, Madeleine Lychek, and L.A. Birdwatchers

The Vector Festival 2022 flagship exhibition, Machine Bodies (Is Cyborg Good or Evil?), focuses on the relationship between body and machine – its tensions, (in)compatibilities, liminal spaces, and byproducts.

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Jul 14 - 24, 2022

The air we share―Christina Battle, Driftnote, Dalia Hassan, Jason Isolini, Kaya Joan, Sally McKay, Geoffrey Pugen, and Laura Margaret Ramsey

The air we share is a multisite exhibition of GIF artworks curated by Megan MacLaurin considering the spatial and social resonance of air. 

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