Stations: Some Recent Acquisitions explores some of the Belkin’s research areas. One module features recently acquired editions by Dorothy Ianonne and works by women concrete poets and Fluxus artists. Ianonne’s courageous and life-affirming (sex positive) work is meant to spread joy and happiness. Another section sets up a conversation between the films of Sam Perry and the work of Helen Goodwin. Perry was a filmmaker, early advocate of LSD and organizer of the 1966 Trips Festival in Vancouver. A third section features paintings from the 1960s by Audrey Capel Doray; at that time, Doray was producing paintings that explored the dawning of the digital age. A fourth “station” features powerful works by Rebecca Belmore, Liz Magor and Beau Dick. A fifth module includes work by San Francisco artists of the fifties and sixties associated with Jess, Robert Duncan and Robin Blaser along with works by San Francisco artist Bruce Conner, who filmed his 1965 opening at the old UBC Fine Arts Gallery.