Azuma: Community DinnerSaturday, 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.
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 …
Studio Session: Erika DeFreitas + Francisco-Fernando GranadosFriday, March 01, 3–6PMTrinity 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 of …
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 6-8pmTea Base222 Spadina Ave – unit C15Toronto, 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?
Pantayo – performance + lecture with StandpartnersFriday, February 15, 7PM
In conjunction with Disputed Bodies curated by Patrick Cruz
Pantayohttps://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.
Standpartnershttps://soundcloud.com/standpartnersA mix of chambercore, dream jazz, semi-traditional, and post-contemporary, …