PROGRAMMING: Sound Diaries and Recitals, a workshop with John Rage

Sound Diaries and Recitals: a workshop with John Rage
May 11, 12 and 18
Locations TBD

In conjunction with the exhibition Manar Moursi: The Loudspeaker and the Tower

How can we communicate our experience of the (prelinguistic, extra-linguistic) sonic world in the symbolic realm of language?

Join us on May 11th, 12th, and 18th for a responsive workshop with John Rage (alias ...

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EXHIBITION: The Loudspeaker and the Tower

Manar Moursi: The Loudspeaker and the Tower

 

May 03 – June 08, 2019
Opening Reception: May 03, 6-8PM

Co-presented with Trinity Square Video, South Asian Visual Arts Centre, and CONTACT Photography Festival.

 

Curated by Emily Fitzpatrick and Toleen Touq

Through an immersive environment constructed of coloured lights, megaphones, masks, videos, photographic images, and sculptures, Toronto- and Cairo-based designer, artist, and architect Manar Moursi presents a multitude of ...

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CALL FOR CURATOR / ARTIST / RESEARCHER


CALL FOR CURATOR / ARTIST / RESEARCHER

Deadline: 20 April 2019 


Trinity Square Video and the
Don River Valley Park project at Evergreen Brickwork is seeking an invested individual (curator, artist, writer, community leader/organizer, or creative technologist) to take the lead in our upcoming initiative XR as Anti-Gentrifier – ...

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EXHIBITION: burning through the body

burning through the body
Sarah Pupo
Curated by Nasrin Himada
05 – 27 April 2019
Opening Reception: 05 April 6-8PM

Co-presented with the 2019 Images Festival

The drawing of the body burns into the body//and so//it burns through the body//then the wildfire//reaches from chin to collarbone//some draw burn marks//and some enter burn marks//and then burn marks become drawings//and so//drawings burn
— Kristin Eiriksdottir

 

Kristin Eiriksdottir’s poem, ...

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EXHIBITION: GREY MATTER AR

GREY MATTER AR
Karen Vanderborght
March 21 – 28, 2019

Opening Reception: March 21st – 6pm – 8pm

Created by director, AR/VR specialist Karen Vanderborght, GREY MATTER AR explores the poetic and existential potential of AR (Augmented Reality), social media, and smartphones, turning selfies into a self-reflective magic mirror where the wit and wisdom of our elders serve as ...

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PROGRAMMING: Azuma

Azuma: Community Dinner
Saturday, March 16, 2019 2-4PM

Join us on for an Egyptian azuma (feast) as the closing celebration of Disputed Bodies curated by Patrick Cruz. Hiba Abdallah and Moe Ismail will prepare a traditional Egyptian meal and discuss some of the nuances and histories that have come to shape their experience and understanding of contemporary Egypt through food.

 

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PROGRAMMING: Reiseerzählung – An Evening With Karl May

 

Reiseerzählung: An Evening With Karl May
Friday, March 1, 7PM

In conjunction with the exhibition Disputed Bodies curated by Patrick Cruz, artist Simon M. Benedict will present an original performance.

Simon M. Benedict is an artist and translator of franco-québécois and Abenaki descent working with video, sound, performance, and photography. His work combines existing audiovisual material and archival documents to examine our relationship to ...

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PROGRAMMING: Disruption intention

Disruption intention with Kristen Jordan Alaan Sison
Saturday, March 2, 1:30PM

To facilitate connection / re-connection
To come home to our inner knowing
To bounce back into our bodies, our earth(s)
To come home to the water in our blood
To retrieve memory
Cellular
To evoke feeling
Encoded patterns
To set collective intentions
To create new patterns
Feel resonance

> Process:

Dropping into the ...

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PROGRAMMING: Studio Session: Erika DeFreitas + Francisco-Fernando Granados

Studio Session: Erika DeFreitas + Francisco-Fernando Granados
Friday, March 01, 3–6PM
Trinity Square Video

Studio Session is a process-based collaborative project between artists Erika DeFreitas and Francisco-Fernando Granados. The 3-hour action created in the context of Disputed Bodies marks the beginning of an ongoing collaboration exploring relationships between the body, text, and abstraction. This first iteration of Studio Session will extend the role of the gallery from a space ...

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PROGRAMMING: Astrology Consultations with Cadence Planthara

Astrology Consultations with Cadence Planthara

In conjunction with the exhibition Disputed Bodies, participating artist Cadence Planthara will be offering 50-minute natal chart consultations at Trinity Square Video.

These one-on-one astrology readings are FREE, but space is limited. Sessions will take place in the evenings at the gallery.

If you know your date, exact time (with source, e.g. birth certificate), and place of birth, please email [email protected] to reserve a time.

 

Cadence Planthara is an interdisciplinary artist who has been ...

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PROGRAMMING: Disputed Souls: Exploring Conflicted Spiritualities

Disputed Souls: Exploring Conflicted Spiritualities

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 6-8pm
Tea Base
222 Spadina Ave – unit C15
Toronto, Ontario M5T 3B3

Where do our spirits go when our bodies are out of place? Where do they come from, when our communities are in diaspora? Are we seekers, heretics, or revolutionaries? How have our spirits been wounded, and how will they ever be healed?

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VITRINE: Forgotten Language

Forgotten Language

Works by Amanda Amour-Lynx

05 March – 25 April

Forgotten Language is a collection of works by Amanda Amour-Lynx which are performative acts of cultural reclamation. It documents the pursuit for radical self-acceptance, evident by the messy, untangling process that ensues when recovering lost histories. Stories are embedded linguistically through mnemonic and symbolic coding, abstraction, body movements and stored memories. Language ...

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PROGRAMMING: Design Justice Workshop

Design Justice workshop in Toronto
February 16th, 2:30-4:30pm
The Commons, 4th Floor
401 Richmond Street West

Want to learn about #DesignJustice and try some hands-on activities rooted in the Design Justice Principles? (http://designjusticenetwork.org/network-principles)

Come out on February 16th!

Presented by the Design Justice Network team (Una Lee, Sasha Costanza-Chock, Wes Taylor and Victoria ...

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PROGRAMMING: Pantayo – performance + lecture with Standpartners

Pantayo – performance + lecture with Standpartners
Friday, February 15, 7PM

In conjunction with Disputed Bodies curated by Patrick Cruz

Pantayo
https://pantayo.bandcamp.com/
Pantayo is an all-women kulintang ensemble based in Toronto. Our music is grounded in the traditions of Maguindanaoan &T’boli peoples but explores the possibility of kulintang influenced by our identities as Diasporic Filipinas.

Standpartners
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EXHIBITION: DISPUTED BODIES

DISPUTED BODIES

Hiba Abdallah, Simon M. Benedict, Maria Patricia Abuel, Golboo & Golnesa Amani, Erika De Freitas, Cadence Planthara and Francisco-Fernando Granados.

With Pantayo, Kristen Jordan, Sharona Franklin, Jacquelyn Ross and Marina Fathalla.

Curated by Patrick Cruz

01 February – 16 March, 2019
Opening Reception: 01 February, 6 – 8PM

If the earth is a body, I wonder what it felt when we first tested the ...

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PROGRAMMING: TSV x BUMP TV


Every Wednesdays at 3:00PM and 9:30PM on BUMP TV

°º¤ø WATCH 3 YEARS OF VIDEO FEVER STUDENT WORKS! ø¤º°

Featuring works by Maria Patricia Abuel, Alison Postma, Rhenix Shi, Qioaer Jin, Erin J Coholan, Kristina Durka, Sabrina Budiman, Rebecca Sweets, Jessie Sheng, Alexandru Stratulat, Henry Heng Lu, Catharine Soloman, Maryna Makarenko, Maximilian Suillerot, Michele Ayoub, Alexandra Filtsos, Kelly Zantingh.

For FULL SCHEDULE

BUMP TV is a 24/7 public access internet television station.

BUMP TV BOARD: ALISSON ESCOBARTOM ...

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VITRINE: Design Justice Network


The Design Justice Principle Making Process
by the Design Justice Network
20 December – 02 March, 2019

These typographic posters reveal the years-long community ideation and editing process that gave rise to the ten Design Justice Network Principles. Since 2015, people interested in defining and organizing around the concept of design justice have been crafting these statements to guide our work. Some of us are designers, many of us are not. There ...

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Happy Holidays from TSV!

A Safe and Happy Holiday and a Healthy New Year to you

from David, Emily, Jason. Milada, Andrew, Karina, José Andrés and Holly

 

 

As we start welcoming back the sun following the winter solstice, we have you all in our thoughts and hearts entering the new year. Towards this, in 2020 we have been able to provide emergency support to dozens of artists, curators, writers, and technicians in crisis through our COVID-19 Relief Fund. This initiative is meant to provide short term ...

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: Ash Moniz


Ash Moniz: AKINETOPSIA
January 03 – 19, 2019

This residency is a part of an on-going project that interrogates how evidence of value and threat intertwine within the supply-chain. With an interplay of fiction and historical artifacts, a non-linear narrative is constructed, featuring a team of employees in the process of a tactical training simulation. As the “story” ...

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