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Amanda Amour-Lynx: Ecologies, Star Stories, and L’nu Cosmologies

Amanda Amour-Lynx: Ecologies, Star Stories, and L’nu Cosmologies

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2022, 1:00-2:30PM

RSVP for zoom link: karina@trinitysquarevideo.com

In conjunction with the 2022 Themed Commission, ECOLOGIES & COSMOLOGIES, we have invited Amanda Amour-Lynx to present a lecture about the intersection of language and ecologies, specifically drawing from Mi’kmaw vocabulary and knowledge, and how this intersection informs their art practice.

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PROGRAMMING: Shoreline, Sound Walk, and Listening Vessels

A free, all ages workshop conducted by Sidi Chen

Wednesday, 20 July, 4-6pm

Co-presented by Trinity Square Video & Lakeshore Arts

RSVP: karina@trinitysquarevideo.com (limited capacity)

Location: Gather at Lakeshore Arts (2422 Lake Shore Blvd West) for the collective exercise and depart to the shoreline for the sound walk (approximately 1 hour 20 minutes)

Masks will be required …

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Traversal Residency: Kelly Walters

With a Cast of Colored Stars with Kelly Walters

01 – 17 June 2022

Presented as part of Traversal Residency Series co-presented in partnership with the Public Visualization Lab and Trinity Square Video; funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

We are so excited to welcome Kelly Walters as our next Traversal artist-in-resident program titled “With a Cast of …

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The Loudspeaker and the Tower (Touring Exhibition)

Manar Moursi

May 28 – June 30, 2022

Curated by Toleen Touq and Emily Fitzpatrick

Artspace Peterborough is excited to present Manar Moursi: The Loudspeaker and the Tower, organized and circulated by Trinity Square Video and SAVAC.

Through an immersive environment constructed of coloured lights, megaphones, masks, videos and sculptures, Toronto-and Boston-based artist, designer, and architect Manar Moursi presents a …

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VITRINE: Atmospheric Arrivals, A Study in Autopoetic Imagemaking 

By Ayo Tsalithaba

June 3 – July 25 2022

Atmospheric Arrivals is a living multimedia archival project and polytemporal memory bank. I forge a unique and dynamic practice of return through active memory and revisiting my personal archive.

Atmospheric Arrivals is about home and the (im)possibility of return. The “atmospheric arrival” captures a means of coming into being through memory and …

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The Falling Sky

Claudia Andujar, Gisela Motta & Leandro Lima

Curated by Noor Alé and Claudia Mattos (AXIS Collective)

01 April – 28 May 2022

Opening reception Friday, April 01 2022, 6-8PM

Co-presented in partnership with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

Leandro Lima and Gisela Motta adapt a black-and-white photograph of a burned Yanomami maloca (a lodging used by Amazonian peoples) into YANO-A, …

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Landlines

An exhibition on your phoneCall (437) 836-0691

Featuring audio-works by Randy Dunsford, Carrie Lyon, Rachel Garrick, Moneca Sinclaire, Osani Balkaran

Curated by Nadine Arpin and Sonya Ballantyne

Launching 22 February 2022

Co-presented by Trinity Square Video in partnership with Reel Asian International Film Festival and Digital Justice Lab; concept and production by José Andrés Mora

Connecting over great distances, Landlines brings …

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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 emily@trinitysquarevideo.com)Proof of vaccine required

Opening Reception and Performance:Friday, November …

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EXHIBITION: I know about hidden things

I know about hidden things by Juliane Forondacurated by Letticia Cosbert Miller

with written contributions by Danica Evering, Camille Georgeson-Usher, Karina Griffith, and Ronald Rose-Antoinette

07 January – 19 February 2022

I know about hidden things is a collaborative project which foregrounds artist Juliane Foronda’s ongoing research concerning feminist hospitality, radical care, and traditions of gathering, and is framed by writer/curator Letticia Cosbert …

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PERFORMANCE: Music for 13 Paths

Music for 13 Paths by Raven Chacon16 October 2021, 1–3PM

Presented in partnership with Gallery TPW and imagineNATIVEMusic for 13 Paths by Raven Chacon, which is part of The Parkette Projects, curated by Shani K Parsons

The performance will begin at Gallery TPW (170 St.Helens Ave), with a pause in Paul Garfinkel Park (1071 Queen St W), and will conclude at Trinity Square Video (401 …

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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 …

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EXHIBITION: SHADOWBOXING

Shadowboxinga public installation by Abdi Osman

curated by Ellyn Walker

15 September – 02 November 2021, 6PM – 12 AM DailyThe ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives34 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 a …

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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 …

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ONLINE EXHIBITION: Archival Affections (Themed Commission 2021)

Archival Affections [Themed Commission 2021]

August 27 – November 25, 2021

Presented by Trinity Square Video and supported by the EQ Bank

Featuring works by Vanessa Godden, Monique Todd, Lana Lovell, Yuula Benivolski, Camila Salcedo, Katayoun Jalilipour

Curated by Karina Iskandarsjah

Archival Affections presents the 2021 Themed Commissions, which were produced over a summer residency. This year’s theme invites …

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EXHIBITION: 2021 Emerging Digital Artists Award

2021 EDAA Exhibition

With works by Aljumaine Gayle, Erin Konsmo, Katelyn Hawley, Olivia Dreisinger, and Shonee

10 September – 2 October 2021

Exhibition on view at Trinity Square Video as well as online HERE

The 2021 EDAA Exhibition marks the seventh edition of the Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) with five exceptional works that expand the limits of digital art …

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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 …

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VIRTUAL VITRINE: An Effigy To The Girl of Our Dreams

An Effigy To The Girl of Our Dreams

By James Knott

May 21 – June 30, 2021

View on the Virtual Vitrine

An exploration of the aesthetic and philosophical through-lines between the Cabaret theatre and 70s Punk subcultures.

Split into three movements, we are invited to bear witness to a cautionary tale. We covet the girl of our dreams, …

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EXHIBITION: Jupiter in Aries, Moon in Virgo

Jupiter in Aries, Moon in VirgoRehana Zaman

03 April – 17 July 2021

A primary exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

There is a familiar point of view when sitting in the passenger seat of a car or at the kitchen table absorbed in close dialogue with others. Whether it’s the passing scenery or the preparation of food that …

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EXHIBITION: little did i know

little did i knowwith 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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VITRINE: Prayers for Dreamy Boys

Prayers for Dreamy Boys by Fallon SimardJanuary 5th – 27th, 2021

Prayers for Dreamy Boys is a new series of digital illustrations and animations by Fallon Simard. Fallon interrogates the relationship between state violence and mental health in so far as it is perpetuated on to Indigenous bodies. In Prayer for Dreamy Boys, they apply visual motifs derived from traditional Indigenous medicine and ecological …

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