“Cultural Debris, A Flea Market Exhibition” Comes To The Hammer

Doug Carter’s “Cultural Debris”
April 13 – May 6, 2012
James North Studio
328 James North
Hamilton, ON

Cultural Debris:  A Flea Market Art Exhibit was originally presented by the Niagara Artists Centre at their Factory Outlet Flea Market Gallery in St. Catharines over the summer of 2011.  NAC had approached me about doing an exhibition mostly using things found in flea markets.  “Cultural Debris, the exhibit, is a collection of work created by manipulating and assembling objects I found in Niagara’s largest emporium of cast-off goods, the Factory Outlet Flea Market. It was a veritable archaeological dig into the past several decades of Western pop culture. This exhibit responds to a range of considerations including the waste generated by a throw-away society of material consumerists as well as the redolence and nostalgia that lost objects hold.  Doug Carter

Published by Doug Carter

Born in 1943 I was educated & lived in Hamilton & Dundas, Ontario, Canada until 2005 when I moved to Port Colborne, Ontario. In 2010 I published "Cool Fool, Blues Rockin' In the Hammer" my memoir of playing Blues & Rock & Roll in & around Hamilton, Ontario. First with Rich Newell in Son Richard & the Chessmen, 1961 & later with Rich in King Biscuit Boy & the Real Gooduns. and later in the FL Kyng Blues Band with Mike Oddie, Guitar Mikey's Real Thing and & the Stingrays. I recently helped Guitar Mikey McMillan write a CD for his Ear Wig Music CD that was released April 17, 2012, "Out of the Box:.

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