vingelevics@faculty.ocad.ca
OCAD University
Vid Ingelevics
Associate Professor
Faculty of Art
vingelevics@faculty.ocad.ca

Area(s) of Expertise

Curation, writing, photography

Overview

Education

2007: MFA, York University

Selected Exhibitions

My artwork and curatorial projects have been seen in Canada, the United States and Europe, including at the following institutions: the Power Plant, Gallery 44, Gallery TPW, Convenience Gallery, Toronto; Galerie VU, Quebec City; Dazibao, Montreal; Presentation House, Vancouver; the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg; the Canadian Centre for Contemporary Photography, Ottawa; Jack Shainman Gallery, New York; Rotterdam Fotobienalle, Rotterdam; Sprengel Museum, Hanover; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin; the Photographers Gallery, London; the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford; Moderna Museet, Stockholm and others.

My reviews and essays have appeared in Alphabet City, Canadian Art, C magazine, Fuse, Prefix, CV (ciel variable), University of Toronto Quarterly Review, the catalogue for Le Mois de la Photo ? Montreal and others.

Commissions

Platform, a photographic installation in the Museum subway station, a public art commission from the Contact Photography Festival (2004);

Research commission from Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, for the publication Im Rausch Der Dinge (The Ecstasy of Things), edited by Thomas Seelig, Urs Stahel, Steidl (2004);

The Archaeology of Geology, Artist?s project/essay, Canadian Art magazine Vol. 19, No. 4. (Winter 2002).

Selected Publications

Exhibition catalogue - The Space of Making, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin; St?dtisches Museum Zwickau; Kunstmuseum, Germany, Heidenheim (2005-06);

page work, essay - ?The Metropolitan Museum of Edward Milla,? Image and Inscription, Gallery 44/YYZ (Fall 2005);

curatorial essay - ?The Damage Done,? Prefix Photo 11 (May 2005);

exhibition catalogue - Codicologie(s), collaboration with Patrick Altman, Galerie VU, Gallery 44, Toronto (2003);

page work & essay - "The Mirror Stage of the Museum," Lost in the Archives, Alphabet City, No. 8. (2002).