As a producer, businessman and graphic artist, David brings a broad range of experience in media, entertainment and technology, with depth in both the public and private sectors. He has assisted over 1200 film producers internationally and has credits on Academy Award-winning films such as Good Will Hunting. As a producer, David co-executive produced the first feature film of writer-director David Krae. He has been a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television for more than 20 years serving on juries and committees and he continues to sit on industry policy committees addressing the future of the industry with a particular interest in emerging technology, public outreach and education and also sits on the Program Advisory Committee for Advanced Television, Video and Film at Sheridan College.
Emily Fitzpatrick is an independent curator and arts administrator who holds a master’s degree in Curatorial Studies from the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto. Her work involves temporary public art projects rooted in social practice. Recent curatorial projects include MMMMM…Gendai Kitchen, a food-art subscription service; On The Table, an artist multiple project speaking to issues related to gender-based violence and sexual harassment in public space; and Gallery Galleria, a group exhibition responding to a mall’s publics, economies, and aesthetics, both co-curated with the collective Aisle 4. She has extensive experience working within Toronto’s artist-run centres and public institutions including Images Festival, the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Gendai Gallery, and Art Metropole.
Milada Kovacova started as a painter but now makes films and curates. She holds several degrees including a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University. While studying at Concordia, she was awarded the Mel Hoppenheim Award for Outstanding Overall Achievement in the Film Production Program. Her films have shown locally and internationally. Currently, she is in post on a film about peasants from Slovakia.
Karina Iskandarsjah (b. Jakarta, Indonesia) is a Toronto-based visual artist and curator interested in cultural hybridity, technology, plants, and the deconstruction of power structures. Karina holds an MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice from OCAD University. She is part of the collectives Crocus and Glory Hole Gallery for 2SLGBTQ+ artists.
Kwasi Bugyei is a Toronto based installation artist and design thinker. A former member of the board of Directors at Trinity Square. Kwasi is now a Hxouse Tenant. “Working in multiple media form factors has presented me with many opportunities to assist in productions ranging from installation and set design to fashion film photography and wearable technology”. Kwasi is currently learning to bridge his mediums for future work.
José Andrés Mora (he/him) is a Venezuelan-born artist living in Canada. Mora graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design (2013, BFA in Interdisciplinary Arts) and the University of Guelph (2020, MFA in Studio Arts). Mora’s work elicits a sense of disconnect deeply tied to his experience as a member of the Venezuelan diaspora. Mora excises written narrative fragments from personal experience, grafting the textual content to digital and physical surfaces and disconnecting the fragment’s narrative voice from context. He describes this untethered state of his written language as one analogous to his relationship to home and culture. Mora has exhibited across Canada since 2013 in notable galleries and public programs such as Nuit Blanche (2014), Birch Contemporary (2019), Trinity Square Video (2020), Dalhousie Art Gallery (2020), Artspace Peterborough (2022), Art Metropole (2022), the Digital Arts Resource Centre (2022), and The Plumb Gallery (2022). Mora is scheduled for upcoming solo exhibition shows at Maison de la Culture (Montréal, 2023) and Hamilton Artists Inc. (Hamilton, 2025).
Christina Oyawale is a Black non-binary disabled lens-based Tkaronto/Toronto artist, curator and designer. They hold a BFA in Photography from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly X University*). Their artistic focus is documenting radical occupation of space. Oyawale strives for community engagement by creating conversations that pertain to the human condition, growth, rebirth and investigations of self. Their practice includes experimental video, performance, photography and installation. Recent curatorial projects include, As I Live & Breathe at Xpace Cultural Centre and Fixations: Thoughts on Time at Artspace Gallery in conjunction with CONTACT Photography Festival 2022.
Andrew is a creative, hardworking and technical editor / graphic specialist that keeps upgrading his skills as well as trying to pull out the very best in every project. He researches the best videos, newest techniques and popular graphics styles and bring these assets to any production that he is part of. Andrew works with gallery artists and TSV members on having installations and equipment run smoothly. He also maintains and structures the post-production department in the digital editing room.