TRAVERSAL RESIDENCY: Peter Morin and Ayumi Goto

The Crow and the Salmon Live Everywhere

A multi-layered and immersive experience by Ayumi Goto, Peter Morin, Parmela Attariwala, Immony Men, Patricio Davila, Justine Woods, José Andrés Mora, Emily Fitzpatrick, Janell Morin, and Kyoko Goto.

November 23 – December 11, 2021

Tuesday – Saturday 12-5PM (To view the exhibition, please contact [email protected])
Proof of vaccine required

Opening Reception and Performance:
Friday, November 26 6-8PM (Registration ...

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PROGRAMMING: this so-called reclaimed land has lain bone dry

this so-called reclaimed land has lain bone dry by Marina Fathalla
with contributions from Alize Zorlutuna, Petrina Ng, Christina Battle, and Matthew Cardinal

Project Link Here

Join us for a walk in the Don River Valley to experience IRL.
Sunday, November 14 at 2PM (cancelled due to rainy forecast)
Friday, November 19 at 4PM
Saturday, November 20 at 2PM

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EXHIBITION: STTLMNT IS NOT HERE

 

STTLMNT IS NOT HERE

featuring works by Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara/Lakota), Raven Chacon (Dine’), Candice Hopkins (Carcross/Tagish First Nation), Tania Willard (Secwépemc), and Dayna Danger (Métis/Saulteaux/Polish)

October 8, 2021 – November 13, 2021

Produced in collaboration with STTLMNT and imagineNATIVE; with curatorial support by STTLMNT Producer Ginger Dunnill and concept artist Cannupa Hanska Luger

 

STTLMNT IS NOT HERE reasserts the presence and perspectives ...

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EXHIBITION: SHADOWBOXING

Shadowboxing
a public installation by Abdi Osman

curated by Ellyn Walker

15 September – 02 November 2021, 6PM – 12 AM Daily
The ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives
34 Isabella Street, Toronto

Co-presented in partnership with Trinity Square Video and The ArQuives

 

shadowboxing {verb} /ˈSHadōˌbäksiNG/
– making a show of tackling a problem or opponent while avoiding any direct engagement
– sparring an imaginary opponent as ...

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VITRINE: Who Put These Pines Here?

Who Put These Pines Here?

By Kaya Joan

September 15 – November 25, 2021

This project is available both in person at 401 Richmond st.west and online on the Virtual Vitrine platform.

Who Put These Pines Here? is a digital zine that maps intersections of land, futurity and healing through multiple modes of documentation. Joan’s practice is currently heavily informed by the area between Skaniatari:o (Lake ...

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LISTENING PARTY: 2021 VIDEO FEVER

Trinity Square Video and Vtape presents the 2021 Video Fever Listening Party!

September 18th 7PM EST

LIVE EVENT SCREENED ONLINE at Vtape HERE

2021 Video Fever Showcase includes works by James P. Hoban, Kalina Nedelcheva, Christina Oyawale, Weibin Wang, Gustav Bulzgis, Evgenia Mikhaylova, Sadaf Khajeh, Jean-Pierre Marchant, Racquel Rowe, Liam Mullen, Hanna Petersm Noah Hanyue Qin.

Video Fever is an annual showcase of cutting-edge video ...

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CALL FOR RESEARCHERS: Virtual Grounds_Platforms

CALL FOR RESEARCHERS
Virtual Grounds: Platforms

Co-presented with the Digital Justice Lab and Trinity Square Video

DEADLINE: September 17, 2021

We’re excited to announce the second year of Virtual Grounds program, a series dedicated to feminist perspectives on digital sustainability and survival. Virtual Grounds: Platforms is a 3-part training and research initiative that considers how we navigate the future, protect our ...

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VIRTUAL VITRINE: A Pursuit of Unrelinquished Joy

A Pursuit of Unrelinquished Joy

By Natalie King

August 1 – September 14, 2021View on the Virtual Vitrine (link release on Sunday!)

In this time-lapse video piece, Natalie King spends time in their Tkaronto studio creating works for upcoming projects. The paintings in this work are to address time/space/joy/absence and presence; a proactive measure to take up space and to be seen with ...

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PROGRAMMING: Ye gaane ka mood kya hai?/ What is the mood of this song?

Ye gaane ka mood kya hai?/ What is the mood of this song?
with Rehana Zaman and Sharlene Bamboat

Sunday, June 27
2PM EST / 7PM GMT

Register here

 

A love letter as call and response between artists Rehana Zaman and Sharlene Bamboat, where they discuss Pakistani disco, love and solidarity, narration, low frequencies and mutability in their work.

In conjunction with Jupiter ...

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PROGRAMMING: A conversation with Chandra Frank and Rehana Zaman

A conversation with Chandra Frank and Rehana Zaman

Tuesday, April 13

2PM EST / 7PM GMT

Register here

 

On 13th April Chandra Frank and Rehana Zaman will be in-conversation reflecting on the feelings, thoughts and ideas emerging from the exhibition Jupiter in Aries, Moon in Virgo. They will be discussing creative praxis through fragments related to land, intimacy ...

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EXHIBITION: little did i know


little did i know
with Christie Carriere, Hannia Cheng, and jes sachse

26 February – 27 March 2021

an in-gallery and online project

 

in the current digital landscape, we are all collectively shitting ourselves with the idea of staying relevant now that everything’s online.

little did i know: a conversation; a disruption; a relationship that’s been nourished between Christie Carriere, Hannia ...

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ONLINE EXHIBITION: Moving Ether Way

Moving Ether Way

11 December, 2020 – 30 January, 2021

Camille Rojas
Dallas Fellini
Hiba Ali
sarah koekkoek

Curated by Holly Chang and Karina Iskandarsjah

In the face of deep uncertainty, we are moving either way.

Moving Ether Way presents newly commissioned digitally immersive performance art works by Camille Rojas, Dallas Fellini, Hiba Ali, and sarah ...

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EXHIBITION: RESIDVALS

RESIDVALS 
Shawn Johnston

08 January – 13 February 2021

 

RESIDVALS is a multimedia project based on the St. Joseph School for Girls and St. Peter Claver/Garnier High School for Boys located in Spanish, Ontario. The project examines the artist’s relationship to the site through place (the physical past and present location, historical events/occurrence) and memory (the ideas formed by visits to space during ...

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VITRINE: La Fable d’OxA 21965

La Fable d’OxA 21965

By Anna Eyler and Nicolas Lapointe

06 November 2020 – 04 January 2021

Since the Industrial Revolution, our relationship with the earth has become increasingly mediated by technologies of visualisation, sonification, classification, mapping, and simulation. At the same time, it is the minerals and materials of the earth that have facilitated these technological developments. The earth may therefore ...

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