The of movement and dwelling catalogue includes essays by Ellyn Walker and curator Farah Yusuf.
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Editors: Anna Richards, cheyanne turions
Designer: Sébastien Aubin
Farah Yusuf is an independent curator and writer based in Toronto. She holds an MA in Experimental Digital Media from the University of Waterloo and a BFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practices at OCAD University where she was the recipient of the Curatorial Practice Medal and Governor General’s Academic Medal. Past curatorial projects include Eutopia at the Textile Museum of Canada, Corpus Lucida: 12th Annual Emerging Artist Exhibition at InterAccess Media Art Centre, Babel on Rosetta Stone at Gallery 1313 and Future Forward at OCADU for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche in 2011. Her writing has appeared in C Magazine.
Ellyn Walker is a curator and scholar based in what is presently known as Toronto. Her work explores questions of representation, place-making, and inclusion in the arts as they pertain to distinct positional, cultural, and institutional contexts. Ellyn’s research considers intersections between whiteness, diaspora, heteropatriachy, settler-colonialism, and capitalism, within contemporary museum practice, critical art history, and Canadian visual culture. Her work is inspired by Black feminism, Indigenous methodologies, queer phenomenology, and critical settler studies, and is driven by an ongoing commitment to social justice in all its forms.