PROGRAMMING: The Dynamics of Rowing Your Own Boat: Cultural Competency Today with Janet Rogers

The Dynamics of Rowing Your Own Boat: Cultural Competency Today with Janet Rogers

18 October 2018, 6:30 – 9PM
401 Richmond Street West
Spots available: 25

Through visual presentation and group discussion, this workshop will focus on concepts and practices of what defines culture and that which currently exists which ...

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PROGRAMMING: Writing for what is absent with Elwood Jimmy

Writing for what is absent with Elwood Jimmy

09 October 2018, 6:30 – 9PM
401 Richmond Street West
Spots available: 9

Participants will be led through individual, and collective space-holding exercises before being asked to respond to provocations relating to bodies – the human and non-human, the visible and invisible – in relation to their own practices, communities, sensibilities and ways of being. The workshop is exploratory and designed for ...

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VITRINE: HYPERPERSONAL

HYPERPERSONAL
Rebecca Sweets
03 September – 13 October, 2018

HYPERPERSONAL explores the intensities of romantic intimacy facilitated by hyperpersonal communications and calls into question the inevitable consequences of idealization.

The hyperpersonal perspective theorizes that Computer Mediated Communication can be just as, if not more intimate than face-to face communication as users are inclined to elicit more self-disclosure. Within online dating, ...

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EXHIBITION: 2018 Emerging Digital Artists Award

Trinity Square Video is excited to be exhibiting works by the 5 finalists of EQ Bank’s 2018 Emerging Digital Artists Awards.

2018 Emerging Digital Artists Award
27 September – 13 October 2018

Featuring works by Anna Eyler, Emily Hamel, Alvin Luong, Xuan Ye, and Shaheer Zazai

Entering its fourth year, the EDAAs continues its determination to highlight digital art as a field ...

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EXHIBITION: The Stories That Tell Stories

The Stories That Tell Stories
Featuring works by Kerri Flannigan, Qiaoer Jin, Henry Heng Lu, Sophie Sabet, Xuan Ye, with a commissioned text by Marina Fathalla

24 August – 22 September, 2018
Opening reception: Friday, August 24, 6-8PM

 

The Stories That Tell Stories presents Trinity Square Video’s 2018 Themed Commissions, which were produced over summer residencies.

The Stories That Tell Stories considers the various relationships we create between ...

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama

Trinity Square Video is excited to announce our 2018 Summer-Student Artists in Residence. Selected by TSV’s programming committee, as part of this year’s Video Fever program, Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama have already demonstrated exceptional work as emerging media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of two new works.

 

Maria Patricia Abuel is a Toronto ...

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EXHIBITION: V/Art Projects

A virtual reality commission and exhibition presented on a free mobile VR app platform for iOS and Android.

Benesiinaabandan

With works by Scott Benesiinaabandan, Trudy Erin Elmore, E. Jane, Endam Nihan, Tommy Truong, Fusun Uzun, Thousand Stars, and Tough Guy Mountain

V/Art Projects App Launch 10 November 20176-8PM

Trinity Square Video will launch V/Art Projects, a ...

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PROGRAMMING: RECENTRE

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RECENTRE
a discursive program curated by Su-Ying Lee and presented by Trinity Square Video

RECENTRE addresses structural racism by identifying bias and discrimination in modes of representation, like the language and imagery applied to people who are Black, Indigenous and of colour (BIPOC). RECENTRE offers decoding and interpretation tools to cultural producers through ...

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