Winsor Gallery is delighted to announce that Paul Wong will exhibit work at Oakville Galleries this summer as part of an exhibition all about the world from the Windshield.

Merging (storm), 2011, Paul Wong, digital archival print

Auto-Motive: World from the Windshield 
June 9 – August 31st, 2013 
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens & at Centennial Square

Auto-Motive: World From the Windshield brings together eighteen artists who examine notions of place, perception, and emotional experience from the interior of a car. This exhibition is organized at a time when the moving landscape progressively occupies more time in people's lives: Canadians, on average, spend 63 minutes each day in a car making the round trip between their home and their workplace.

Employing numerous media, these artists demonstrate that the car windshield has become a ubiquitous cultural lens. As an enduring icon of contemporary culture, the car remains vital as a source of adventure and discovery–its windshield permitting swiftly observed views of vast territory and scale, both built and natural.

The artworks assembled here explore the material relations and sensations that coalesce behind the windshield. They speak to various outlooks, revealing the car as a driving force for urban change, a site of thought and reflection, and a place for new spatialities and imagined journeys. Together, these works direct us to the car as an otherwise prosaic space that connects external realities with inner worlds.

Participating artists include: Roy Arden, IAIN BAXTER, Stan Denniston, Christos Dikeakos, Susan Dobson, Fred Herzog, Geoffrey James, Jesper Just, Mara Korkola, John Massey, N.E. Thing Co., Marian Penner Bancroft, Leslie Peters, Martha Rosler, Jon Sasaki, Monica Tap, Jeff Wall, and Paul Wong