Impervious neon sites


Gender-smashing multimedia artist Keith Murray has created a black-light and glow-in-the-dark wonderland in the customarily bright Truck Gallery. Neon neon neon is the name of the game. Amidst the swirling psychedelia of the installation is a large video of Murray with a naked hermaphroditic body singing “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston. Don’t bring grandma to this one (unless she’s super cool).

The Neon God We Made runs until May 9 at Truck Gallery.


Metal sculptures brightly coloured with industrial-strength paint adorn Skew Gallery’s white space. Alexander Caldwell’s perfectly crafted minimalist pieces are a departure from his previous representations of natural phenomena using more refined shapes.

Impervious runs until May 9 at Skew Gallery.


So it’s not a show but Glenbow is unveiling its two new interactive art websites on Wednesday April 15. The sites are already online.

ArtPad is a collection of contemporary works resources for teachers artist interviews (video and print) and image galleries that allow you to zoom in and explore the work.

Impress hosts prints sketches drawings mixed media and photographs. The site features work from over 200 Canadian and international artists as well as artist profiles newspaper clippings and commentary from curators printmakers and conservators.