The Power Plant Premieres Its New Podcast – In/Tension

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery has launched the first three episodes of its brand-new art podcast In/Tension: a limited series of thought-provoking and inspiring conversations with emerging, mid-career, and established visual artists from across Canada.

Hosted by writer, educator, and editor Neil Price along with consultant, cultural producer, and curator Diane Gistal, In/Tension aims to shed light on the breadth of the Canadian contemporary art scene and provide a platform for diverse creative voices.

Neil Price, the host of In/Tension podcast by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

The collection of 30-40-minute episodes in both English and French features some of Canada’s most prominent contemporary artists, including June Clark, Ken Lum, Anna Binta Diallo, Rajni Perera, Léuli Eshrāghi, and more esteemed figures working across a range of media.

The 12 conversations broach topics from creative exploration and experimentation to displacement, socio-political histories, curation, and collaboration, all while addressing how these issues impact or influence each artist’s work.

New episodes are released biweekly on Tuesdays until February 2024 on all streaming platforms. Listen to In/Tension today!

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About The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada’s leading public gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art. It is a vital forum for engaging with the advanced artistic culture of our time and offers an exceptional facility and professional support to diverse artists, while also engaging equally diverse audiences. The Power Plant pursues its activities through exhibitions, publications, and public programming that incorporates other areas of culture when they intersect with visual art. For more information, please visit

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