Confined Landscapes: A Project From The Carceral Landscape
ART NOW – Don Gill Speaks January 25th, 2017 at Noon in the Recital Hall (University of Lethbridge)
“I’m interested in the idea of Landscape and the role it plays in the ability or inability of people to move freely, how landscape and physical features such as islands, rivers, mountains, deserts, borders, wilderness areas etc., facilitate or interrupt free movement. I’ve been looking at and photographing sites of incarceration refuge, or asylum for more than twenty years.”
Don Gill teaches Photo-arts in the Department of Art. He has been making Erratic Drawings daily since 2013 and on a more erratic schedule before then. He has exhibited work from this project internationally.
(Text provided by the University of Lethbridge)