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Cheap Meat Dreams and Acorn: Ken Gregory

April 22, 2006 - June 11, 2006

AWE Gallery

One of Canada’s foremost media artists, Winnipeg-based Ken Gregory’s extraordinary work comes out of a multi-disciplinary practice grounded in music, performance, sound, sculpture, and installation.

Over the past twently years, Gregory has mastered electronic, mechanical, and digital technologies that make his work responsive and interactive . Despite the complexity of his art practice, it remains communicative and accessible. Ken Gregory has been working with technology for more than fifteen years, creating interactive computer-based installations. He explores the use of computers in building user-defined interative computer software and hardware for making and performing media artworks. This exhibition, Cheap Meat Dreams and Acorns, reaveals Gregory’s place in the history and development of media-based art in Canada. His work is based on improvisation and performance – his or that of the sculpture. Of critical importance and how innovation and playful sense of discovery stimulates our imaginations. Encountering any work by Ken Gregory means you are about to enter an experience, not merely contemplate an image.

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