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Eldon Garnet is a multidisciplinary artist and writer based in Toronto. Surveys of his sculptures and photographic work have been held at the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and the Amsterdam Center of Photography. His novel, Reading Brooke Shields: The Garden of Failure was published by Semiotext(e), in 1995. Impulse Archaeology, a collection of articles from his years at Impulse, was released by the University of Toronto Press in 2005. His novel “Lost Between The Edges” was published by Semiotext(e), MIT. His recent novel, Categories of Disappearance is available from impulseb.com. He is also well known for his public art works including The Memorial for the Chinese Railroad Workers located in Toronto.From 1975–1990 he was the editor of Impulse, a Canadian magazine of art and culture. He is represented by the Christopher Cutts Gallery Toronto and Torch Gallery, Amsterdam.He is a professor at the Ontario College of Art and Design University.

Represented Galleries:

http://www.torchgallery.com/index.html

http://www.cuttsgallery.com/

http://www.impulseb.com/

Contact Info:

eldongarnet@rogers.com

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  1. I am looking to go find your art around the City, particularly the reset piece Articacts of Memory. Is there some reason none of the descriptions of your installations actually include locations?

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  2. Sculpture has the correct equation, DISTANCE=VELOCITY X TIME.

    The text describing the installation has the equation wrong, TIME= DISTANCE X VELOCITY. Solving for TIME, the equation would be TIME=DISTANCE / VELOCITY.

    Or am I missing something?

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