ERRATIC NARRATIVES & ARCHIVAL DIVERSIONS

ERRATIC NARRATIVES AND ARCHIVAL DIVERSIONS


An artist-led walk-through with Martha Baillie and Malka Greene offered personal insights into the narrative and memory-steeped layers of Erratics (exhibition at the Koffler Gallery), discussing the creative intentions that guided the development of the two projects in the exhibition. Donna Bernardo-Ceriz (Archivist, Ontario Jewish Archives), Dr. David Dorenbaum (Psychoanalyst and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto), Alison Pick (Author of Between Gods and Far to Go) and Maia Sutnik (Curator of Photography, Art Gallery of Ontario) joined moderator Mona Filip (Koffler Gallery Director/Curator) to discuss the interaction between reality and imagination in both artistic works and human consciousness.