SCREENING: Death To/Long Live: THE ARCHIVE

Trinity Square Video is happy to present Koffler.Digital‘s interview series Death To/Long Live: THE ARCHIVE

10 – 16 March 2018

Featuring interviews with Deanna Bowen, Avi Feldman, Chris Gehman, Lisa Myers, Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam, Rah and Sajdeep Soomal. 

Death To/Long Live: THE ARCHIVE is series of interviews created by Koffler.Digital, exploring the socio-political function of video art and their archives. We spoke to artists, curators, arts workers, ...

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PROGRAMMING: Digital Sites

Digital Sites: Conversations on Building Space, Constructing Archives
with Immony Men, Sajdeep Soomal and Fusun Uzun

13 March 2018, 7PM

Koffler.Digital and Trinity Square Video invite you to Digital Sites: Conversations on Building Space, Constructing Archives, a discursive program developed in conjunction with TSV’s ongoing V/Art Projects and Koffler.Digital’s Death To/Long Live: The Archive.

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SCREENING: Video Fever 2018

Trinity Square is proud to present our sixth annual showcase of emerging video artists from undergraduate programs in Toronto and the surrounding area.

Video Fever 2018
10 March 2018, 6-8PM

A screening of new work by Maria Patricia Abuel, Sabrina Piedrahita-Budiman, Erin Coholan, Kristina Durka, Alexandria Filtsos, Qiaoer Jin, Jamie Kasiama and Colin Rosati. 

Artists in attendance, Q+A to follow the screening.

Video Fever is Trinity Square’s ...

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PROGRAMMING: Forwards – Practicing Moving in One Place

Forwards: Practicing Moving in One Place;
a VR experiential tour presented by V/Art Projects and SUBPAC,
lead by guest programmer by Tak Pham

16 January 2018, 7PM-8:30PM

Limited space, only 10 spots available!! To reserve a spot contact 
Emily: emily@trinitysquarevideo.com

Pushing against the common conception of virtual reality (VR) experience which deals on advertising sensorial experience at the comfort of one’s couch, this ...

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VITRINE: screen grab

11 January – 03 March 2018
Vitrine installation by Ronnie Clarke

screen grab is a video consideration of the nuances of gesture in an online environment. As our world becomes increasingly virtual, this work plays on how we give and perform meaning in virtual and tactile spaces. This work calls for a digital closeness through the immediacy of physical touch; redefining what is tangible and picturing how to hold the virtual closer.

 

BIOGRAPHY 

Ronnie Clarke is an emerging artist ...

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EXHIBITION: Ineffable Blaze

with works by Kiera Boult, Jazmine V K Carr, Danièle Dennis, Marcelline Mandeng, and Dainesha Nugent-Palache, with commissioned texts by Jared Brown and Aurel Haize Odogbo

Curated by Jessica Karuhanga

11 January–03 March 2018 
Opening Reception: 11 January 2018, 6-8PM;
Performance by Marcelline Mandeng ft. Kim Ninkuru at 7PM.

 

Ineffable Blaze meditates on the exhaustive labours of self-articulation that cast the Black femme subject as dispossessed. Their subjectivity is ...

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7a*md8 Live-Stream Performances

Featuring works by Ali Asgar, Camila Salcedo, Elyse & Emilio Portal, Freya Björg Olafson, Ivanie Aubin-Malo, Jef Carnay, Liz Solo, Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, Maggie Flynn, Maryse Arseneault, Romi Kim, Russell Louder, Selma Selman

14 – 16 December, 2017
Live Event and Reception: December 14, 6-9pm

 

We are excited to present the third and last stage of our off-year project, 7a*md8 Live-Stream. Artists in 7a*md8 Live-Stream examine contemporary developments in the relationship between body, ...

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CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK – THE FILMMAKING PROCESS

Presented by 2017 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and Isuma Distribution International

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Work from and Inspired by the Video Work of the Arnait and Isuma Video Collectives
Curated by Isabella Weetaluktuk (Inuk)

16 – 21 October 2017
20 October 2017, 7PM: Curatorial Talk

After 30 years of industry-changing video production in Nunavut, Igloolik’s Isuma production company is still going strong. This milestone presents ...

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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.

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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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EXHIBITION: Worldbuilding

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Jeremy Bailey and Kristen D. Schaffer, Eshrat Erfanian, Erin Gee with Alex M. Lee, and Yam Lau with Jonathan Carroll; Curated by John G. Hampton and Maiko Tanaka

03 November – 09 December, 2017
Opening Reception: 03 November 2017, 6-8pm

Visit the WORLDBUILDING website HERE!

Worldbuilding is an exhibition of virtual realities debuting this November at Trinity Square Video (TSV). In ...

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EXHIBITION: the moving copy

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which were produced over an August residency at the centre.

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Featuring works by Amanda Boulos, Kiera Boult, Monica Maria Moraru, Fallon Simard, Wendy Whaley, Amelia Zhang.
with a parallel commissioned text by Aaditya Aggarwal

5 – 23 September 2017
Opening Reception: 8 September 20176-8PM

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which were produced ...

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SCREENING: Big on Bloor 2017

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Do you remember the acid cloud?

Saturday, July 22, 2017 at sunset (8:30-10:30)
Holy Oak Stage, located at Bloor Street & St. Clarens Avenue

As part of JOUEZ @ BIG On Bloor Festival of Arts and Culture, Trinity Square Video recalls the acid cloud that loomed over the Bloor and Lansdowne neighbourhood in early November (2016) and the passing attention it ...

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the moving copy: Themed Commission Call for Submissions

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DEADLINE: July 7, 2017

Submission Forms available here


Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our annual Themed Commission: a program inviting artists to produce or workshop new projects in a collaborative environment of like-minded artists. Titled the moving copy, this year’s theme invites artists to consider images that are reformatted, uploaded, appropriated, reproduced, and remixed. Inspired by Hito ...

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VITRINE: On the Margins of the Divine

In the great dance of the cosmos, there is a point where no-thing exists.
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15 June–22 July 2017
Meera Sethi

Having been recently “confirmed” by Western science, the physics of the Akashic Field suggests that within the void/ether/space, there exists a deep information system that imagines all of life. It is the place from which everything we perceive radiates, ...

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Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) 2017

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The Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) is currently accepting applications for its 2017 award program. Founded on a desire to support and celebrate digital innovation in the arts, the EDAA caters to early-career artists who are working on-screen, and experimenting with the possibilities of digitally rendered imagery. Applicants are encouraged to play with moving image formats such as video, animation, and GIF art. Get inspired by visiting the ...

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EXHIBITION: Diamonds + Thunderbolts

Produced by the Toronto Animated Image Society in collaboration with Trinity Square Video, this exhibition is premised as an exploration and au courant interpretation of the principles of “The Light and Space Movement” of the 1960s in relation to the current burgeoning and multi-disciplinary realm of contemporary digital animated art.

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15 June–22 July 2017
Stacie Ant, Brianna Lowe and Peter ...

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Ronnie Clarke, Vivienne Lane and Tommy Truong

Trinity Square Video welcomes our 2017 Summer-Student Artists in Residence. Selected by a jury of cultural workers as part of this years Video Fever events, these artists have demonstrated exceptional promise as emerging media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of three new works.

Ronnie Clarke is an emerging artist based in southern Ontario. Clarke’s work blends elements of choreography, dance, movement, collaboration, video and installation in creating environments for performance. She is interested in how language manifests, ...

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