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ONLINE PROGRAM: In conversation with Tiara Roxanne and Ella Schoefer-Wulf

In conversation: Tiara Roxanne and Ella Schoefer-Wulf
Monday April 20, 12:00PM

Streamed live at www.imagesfestival.com

Co-presented in partnership with Images Festival

Tiara Roxanne will shed light on her research and artistic praxis regarding artificial intelligence (AI) learning systems and Indigenous Studies through dialogue with her friend Ella Schoefer-Wulf. The conversation will focus on the existing colonial structures embedded within AI and the notion of data colonialism as a whole. …

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ONLINE PROGRAM: Data Colonialism: Decolonial Gestures of Storytelling

Data Colonialism: Decolonial Gestures of StorytellingA Performance Lecture by Tiara RoxanneSaturday April 18, 4:30PM

Streamed live at www.imagesfestival.com

Co-presented in partnership with Images Festival and Squeaky Wheel

Aztecas del norte, mojados, Indigenous peoples, First Nations People, mestizos, Redskins, American Indians, Mexican Indians, Native Americans, Natives, savages, minorities, at risk peoples or asterisks peoples are some names or codes the Indigenous body …

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ONLINE EXHIBITION: They are. We are. I am.

Into the Red: They are. We are. I am.Tiara Roxanne

27 March – 25 April 2020

Co-presented with Images Festival

Experience the data visualization project: theyareweareiam.com

They are. We are. I am. is a project that responses to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning systems, focusing specifically on oppressive datafication boosts for Indigenous peoples. Artist and scholar Tiara Roxanne works with data …

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EXHIBITION: burning through the body

burning through the bodySarah PupoCurated by Nasrin Himada05 – 27 April 2019Opening 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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Intro to Digital Colour Grading & Theory w/ DaVinci Resolve

Tuesday August  7, 14, 21 and 28, 2018 from 6pm to 9pm with Marisa Hoicka

$ 210 Non-Member / $ 180 Member

Colour correction is an essential part of the post-production pipeline. Learn about the new technology of colour correction: this allows you to improve your video in subtle ways that will attract and interest more viewers and help you tell your story or create your project more effectively.  …

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EXHIBITION: CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIONS is a new project by Onyeka Igwe (UK) and Aliya Pabani (CANADA), produced for the 31st edition of Images Festival.

  

06 – 28 April, 2018Onyeka Igwe and Aliya Pabani

Co-presented by Images FestivalOpening Reception: Friday, April 6, 5-7 PM

The Central East Correctional Centre located in Lindsay, Ontario, administers restrictions on  materials that can be sent to detainees including …

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EXHIBITION: For the Left Hand Alone

For the Left Hand Alone (2017) is a solo exhibition by Vancouver-based artist Karilynn Ming Ho making its world premiere at Trinity Square Video as part of the 30th Images Festival.

01–29 April 2017Karilynn Ming HoTrinity Square Video gallery and vitrine spaces

presented in partnership with the Images Festival

In an experience of a phantom limb, a person is haunted by …

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