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  • Sara Leydon

    Sara Leydon was born in 1959 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Leydon obtained a bachelor in Fine Arts from the Program University of Regina, and a diploma in Interdisciplinary/History of Media from Emily Carr College of Art and Design.

  • Lisa Robertson

    Lisa Robertson is a poet currently based in California. Recent books include Occasional Work and Seven Walks From The Office For Soft Architecture: Essays, Toronto (Coach House Books, 2006), The Men, Toronto (Bookthug, 2006); Occasional Works and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture, Astoria (Clearcut Press, 2003); Doubt, Vancouver (Artspeak, 2002); The Weather, Vancouver (New Star Books, 2001); Soft Architecture: A Manifesto, Vancouver and Montreal (Artspeak and Dazibao). She teaches at the California College of the Arts.

  • Cate Rimmer

    Cate Rimmer, 1961, is a curator from Calgary, Alberta currently working at the Charles H. Scott Gallery where she has curated numerous group and solo exhibitions. She was the founding Director/Curator of Artspeak Gallery, Director of Truck Gallery and was a Curator in Residence at the Saidye Bronfman Centre in Montreal. Rimmer has published reviews, articles and catalogue texts. She received a diploma in Curatorial Studies from Emily Carr and graduated with a MLitt (with distinction) in Museum and Gallery Studies from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.

Exhibitions

Conviction

SARA LEYDON
September 14–October 13, 1990

Publications

  • Conviction

    Conviction front
    Conviction back

    Title: Conviction
    Category: Exhibition Catalogue
    Artist: Sara Leydon
    Writers: Lisa Robertson
    Design: Laiwan
    Publisher: Artspeak
    Year published: 1990
    Pages: 8pp
    Cover: Paper
    Binding: Staple Bound
    Process: Offset
    Features: 5 b&w images
    Dimensions: 28 x 22 x 0.1 cm
    Weight: 31 g
    ISBN: 0-921394-09-08
    Price: $2 CDN

    Robertson examines Leydon’s series of collages of women tried and silenced by death or entombment both historically and from a feminist perspective.