The subject of the major survey 'Recent Snow: Projected Works by Michael Snow' at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto, Canada, Michael Snow speaks about his pioneering art practice as part of the gallery's International Lecture Series.
Born in Toronto in 1928, Snow has exhibited internationally for over five decades. His films have been included in hundreds of film festivals and in retrospectives in Toyko, Brussels and Geneva. Recent solo exhibitions have taken place at Angels Barcelona (2009), BFI Southbank Gallery, London (2008), the Museum of Modern Art New York (2005), and Kunst-Werke, Berlin (2002), and his work has been selected for recent biennials in Sydney (2008), Sao Paulo (2006) and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2006).
The lecture will be moderated by Louise Dompierre, President and CEO of the Art Gallery of Hamilton and former Associate Director and Chief Curator of The Power Plant.
Video produced by John Verhaeven.