Being and seeing

Johnson, Ken
July 1994
Art in America;Jul94, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p70
Entertainment Review
Reviews the exhibition featuring the multimedia art works of Toronto, Ontario artist Michael Snow featured at the Art Gallery of Ontario and at the Power Plant: Contemporary Art Gallery. Snow's focus on the interplay of reality and illusion; Concern with issues surrounding perception of representation; Review of his experimental film `Wavelength' and other films; Conceptual paintings; Sculptural works.


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