SCREENING: Video Fever 2017

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

Saturday, 18 March 2017
6 PM
Maria Patricia Abuel, Natalie Castrogiovanni, Abedar Kamgari, Vivienne Lane, Jessie Sheng, Jasmeet Sidhu, Alexandru Stratulat, Erin Whittier and Kelly Zantingh 

Artists in attendance, Q+A to follow the screening

Video Fever is Trinity Square’s annual showcase of cutting-edge video works produced by local emerging artists. Selected by a jury composed of Trinity Square staff and ...

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SCREENING: “Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre” with “The Harris Project”

The re:assemblage collective presents Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre followed by a discussion with members of the producing collective Emek Bizim İstanbul. Presented with the short video, The Harris Project.

Friday, 17 March 2017, 7 PM
Followed by Skype Q+A with members of Emek Bizim İstanbul
Tickets at the door: $5-10 suggested donation

Trinity Square Video is excited to support the re:assemblage collective in presenting a screening of Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre (2016)by the Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim initiative with ...

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VITRINE: Hotel

Stuck between photography and sculpture, Alison Postma’s vitrine installation Hotel (2016–2017) uses video to highlight negotiations between a feeling of familiarity and a sense of indecisiveness.

00. Hotel, Alison Postma

Alison Postma
15–21 March 2017

Hotel is an installation that examines the space of a hotel room as a stand-in for the familiar space of a home. The hotel room is a place stuck between the familiar and the strange—meant to be both welcoming and ...

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CRIT Session

by Ilze Briede / Photo Credit: Bill Bradshaw

 

PLEASE COME INSIDE for a CRIT Session at Trinity Square Video on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 6pm onwards…

Now that March means Video Fever – Trinity Square Video’s annual screening showcasing cutting-edge video works produced by local emerging artists in Art School or fresh out of school. Video Fever also has brought to the foreground how art school is synonymous with Crit Sessions. Independent producers are missing this valuable resource ...

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EMILIA–AMALIA Session VIII: Questioning Through Writing

In collaboration with Gallery 44, Trinity Square Video is pleased to host the eighth session of EMILIA–AMALIA.

E–A graphic

Thursday, 02 March 2017, 6–9 PM

EMILIA–AMALIA is an exploratory working group that employs practices of citation, annotation, and autobiography as modes of activating feminist art, writing and research practices.

The last writing intensive session of EMILIA–AMALIA (Alien Language, November 2016) focused on autobiography ...

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RESIDENCY: Looking Glass Digital

Through the 2016 Summer Student Residency program, Trinity Square is thrilled to have supported the development of Trudy Erin Elmore’s Looking Glass Digital.

 

“The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth- it is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacra is true.”  —Jean Baudrillard

Ushered in by the evolution of computing technology and the Internet, the digital age has given rise to a deeper level of interconnectedness, while severely augmenting our lived experiences. The screen is our entry ...

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the8fest SCREENING: SPACE—Building for Society

Trinity Square is excited to be partnering with Toronto’s small gauge film festival, the8fest, to present the program SPACE—Building for Society.

Saturday, 28 January 2017
9 PM
SPK Polish Combatants’ Hall (206 Beverley Street, Toronto ON)

The 8fest presents films from Toronto, across Canada and from small-gauge creators and communities around the world. Showcasing the over 70-year history of small-gauge film—from artists’ works in the form since the 1950s and ’60s, to its wider cultural use in home movies, ...

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EXHIBITION: For the Left Hand Alone

For the Left Hand Alone (2017) is a solo exhibition by Vancouver-based artist Karilynn Ming Ho making its world premiere at Trinity Square Video as part of the 30th Images Festival.


01–29 April 2017
Karilynn Ming Ho

Trinity Square Video gallery and vitrine spaces

presented in partnership with the Images Festival

In an experience of a phantom limb, a person is haunted by what once was: a limb, now amputated, continues to aggravate the mind like an uncatchable itch. The phenomenon is ...

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SCREENING: Zone Zero

The re:assemblage collective presents Farzad Moloudi’s intimate documentary Zone Zero (2015), followed by a discussion with the director.

Wednesday, 04 January 2017, 7 PM
Followed by Skype Q+A with the director
Tickets at the door: $5-10 suggested donation

Trinity Square Video is excited to support the re:assemblage collective in presenting a screening of Zone Zero (2015, Brussels, 105 minutes) by Farzad Moloudi. Zone Zero documents the end days of a former Jesuit School in Belgium that became the Gesu Project—a squatted home for houseless ...

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EXHIBITION: of movement and dwelling

of movement and dwelling explores the visible and invisible architectures that shape one’s sense of place through the lens of displacement and resettlement.

13 January–11 March 2017
Tings Chak, Felix Kalmenson, and the collective of Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour and Ryan Ferko

curated by Farah Yusuf

Trinity Square Video is excited to present of movement and dwelling, guest curated by Farah Yusuf. The exhibition proposes that a dwelling is more than a physical structure used for the bounding and occupying of space—its construction and habitation are ...

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