After a long day of drywalling in which George and I finished off the walls of the bathroom, Margaret and I went to openings at the Dunlop Art Gallery and the Neutral Ground art gallery, where both shows were curated by Winnipeg's Kegan McFadden (on podium above). The show is interesting, made up of work generated by computers or other technologies in one way or another. I think I preferred the show at Neutral Ground which was more video and video performance rather than the more conceptual/abstract work at the Dunlop. William was at another party so we had to cut out early to connect back up with him. Exhausted.