Glen Johnson, Family, 2004, crayon on paper, 8 ½ x 11.</

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Glen Johnson, Family, 2004, crayon on paper, 8 x 11.

Glen Johnson


Glen Johnson is a local installation and performance artist who has created a series of faux-lectures which he has performed at a number of galleries across Canada. These lectures, on Plans for World Domination, Where Western Civilization Went Wrong and How to Write Funny are meant to be humorous but, in some sense, informative. Johnson will deliver another of this series for Show + Tell, tentatively entitled You CAN Go Home Again: Thomas Wolfe Was Wrong. The lecture, which is accompanied by a visual presentation, will explore the notion of what constitutes home and why anyone would want to return there. Johnson's performance will take place during the exhibition's opening reception on Thursday, September 13 at 5 p.m.

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