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Going Out
Video Documentation of Public Performance and Sculpture
50 second clip of an 8 minute video
2008
Oh Canada!
Single Channel video installation onto homemade tar sand (sand, clay and motor oil.)
35 second clip of 15 second looped clip
2008
Carbonic Maple Leaves
Canadian Maple Leaves, Picture Frames, Used Fabric
Variable
2009
Williams Family Emergency Shelter
Children’s raft, curtain rod, bed sheet, umbrella, Swiffer mop, duct tape, canned food
72 x 60 x 45 inches
2010
To 2050
Kettle, Straws, Duct Tape, Used Plastic Containers, Home-made Tar Sand (Motor Oil, Sand, Pigment)
Variable
2008

Allison Rowe is a Canadian interdisciplinary artist, educator, and researcher. Her artistic work attempts to re-personalize political discourses, exploring the possibilities that exist in this transitional process. Allison is a doctoral candidate in Art Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is currently based in Toronto--the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, the Métis, and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.