Greg Curnoe’s “No Movie” (1965) was originally filmed in 16mm using a 1938 Cine Kodak Magazine Load Camera. It was his first movie. The original music soundtrack was recorded by members of the Nihilist Spasm Band, but this sound recording has since been lost.
The 8 minute, (now) silent, colour movie records the history of the Nihilist Party in London, ON.
Michael Gibson Gallery November 2011 video of the exhibition “Not Bad For London”.
In the video, watch interviews with artists, Billy Bert Young, Jamie Q, James Kirkpatrick, Jason McLean as well as shots from the Opening Reception.
An interview with Aganetha Dyck and a tour of her show at the Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie in 2014
Canadian Cultural Centre video with Diana Thorneycroft during her May 2011 exhibition of “Group of Seven Awkward Moments” series of photographs.
Interview of Diana Thorneycroft with Catherine Bedard, deputy director ( Exhibitions and Operations) of the Canadian cultural centre, Paris.
Michael Gibson Gallery teaser video for Larry Towell’s exhibition, December 2011
Michael Gibson Gallery video interview with Wanda Koop, October 2012.
In the video, Wanda Koop explains the inspiration behind FACE TIME, an exhibition of landscape and portrait paintings that explore human emotion and our relationship to web and mobile based technologies.
Confederation Centre of the Arts video produced in the Summer of 2011 for Aganetha Dyck’s solo exhibition in PEI.
Centred around a display featuring a living beehive, “Guest Workers” features sculptural and 2-dimensional work based on collaboration between Aganetha Dyck and live honeybees.
Janice Zolf interviews Erik Olson at his Michael Gibson Gallery exhibition “The Dance” in 2013.
London Fuse interviews Billy Bert Young at his Michael Gibson Gallery exhibition in May 2012.
Michael Gibson Gallery video of our July 2012 Sizzling Summer Soiree Party.
This video features the work of Calgary painter Ashleigh Bartlett and Winnipeg painter Derek Dunlop. The video was taken at our Summer Sizzling Soiree and captures the energy of the summer evening.
Ashleigh Bartlett is interviewed at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 5th Biennial in 2011.
Michael Gibson Gallery interview with Billy Bert Young during the November 2011 exhibition “Not Bad For London”.