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© Page couverture l Book cover, Inter'di, 1990.

Gordon Laird, Josh Garber
From September 8th 1990 to October 7th 1990
Inter'di

Optica is pleased to present the first of a three part exhibition series entitled Inter’di. In this first segment, photographic works by Gordon Laird are presented together with a sculpture installation by Josh Garber.

“Two themes underlie my work. The first issue deals with the relationship between man and technology. The second issue focuses on the problem of harnessing energy in its pure organic state.”
-Josh Garber

“The work is like a paper cut, about feeling before seeing, about surprising reactions from seemingly innocuous objects. […] you are drawn again and again to your own biases which surface through the immediate visual and visceral; before you have the chance to consider a position, you’re already in one.”
- Karen Houle on Gordon Laird
– Press release (Optica)

Go to publications catalogue

- Gravel, Claire, «L'apocalypse et après», Le Devoir, samedi 22 septembre 1990,p. C-12.