PUBLICATION: “HOME IS A PLACE THAT VISITS ME” Book Launch

HOME IS A PLACE THAT VISITS ME
Book Launch + Artist Talk with Hannah Hull

Thursday, March 12, 6-8PM
Toronto Media Arts Centre, 32 Lisgar St. 

Co-presented with Workman Arts, as part of BEING SCENE 2020

Join UK-based artist Hannah Hull, one of the contributing artists in the Architecture After the Asylum exhibition, to launch her new publication, Home Is Place That Visits ...

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VITRINE: Case Study004

Case Study004 by Christina Oyawale

06 March – 27 April, 2020

 

Case Study004 is a photographic installation by Christina Oyawale that focuses on the notions of racial identity, specifically the significance of skin and melanin of the black body. The work follows a self-exploration of the artist’s diagnosis with a rare skin condition, mycosis fungoides, at the age of sixteen. ...

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PROGRAMMING: Lorena Salomé in conversation w/ Alexandra Gelis & Jorge Lozano

Lorena Salomé in conversation with Alexandra Gelis & Jorge Lozano

Thursday, 27 February 2020, 6:30-8:30PM
Trinity Square Video, 401 Richmond Street West

To launch the inaugural opening of the “Traversal” Residency Program, artist-in-resident Lorena Salomé will be in conversation with media-based artist Alexandra Gelis and filmmaker Jorge Lozano. Salomé, Gelis, and Lozano will reflect on their shared experiences as immigrant artists who continue to ...

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PROGRAMMING: Never See Come See Dinner with Rea McNamara

Never See Come See Dinner with Rea McNamara
Thursday, March 5, 6:30-8:30PM
Trinity Square Video, 401 Richmond Street West

As part of “Traversal” Residency Program, artist-in-resident Lorena Salomé will be preparing a very special dinner with Rea McNamara.

Spots are limited, so please RSVP to:
[email protected]

In 1988, the first edition of The Naparima Girls’ High School Cookbook was published by its Alumnae Association. Originally ...

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PROGRAMMING: The Pandi Story

The Pandi Story

Session led by Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam and Rupali Morzaria
Thursday 20 February 2020, 7-9 PM

Trinity Square Video
121-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Co-presented with Workman Arts

An aspiring filmmaker from Chennai, Pandi Kumaraswamy was diagnosed with bipolar disorder after immigrating to Canada in the 1990s to start a new life. After migrating from South India to Canada, he faced ...

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Traversal Residency: Lorena Salomé

Traversal Residency presents
The Objects That We Carry with Lorena Salomé
26 February – 18 March 2020

 

For the inaugural opening of the Traversal Residency Program, mixed-media artist Lorena Salomé will continue her research into investigations surrounding involuntary and autonomous human movement and migration. Within our amassed globalized context, people are on the move both internationally and locally – newcomers ...

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ONLINE EXHIBITION: Performing Lives

PERFORMING LIVES
with works by Bertille Bak, Lisa Jackson, Yoshua Okón, Helen Reed, May Truong
Curated by Zoë Chan

01 May – 06 June 2020

Co-presented with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and Hot Docs

Visit at performinglives.com

 

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and our capacities during this current moment, Trinity Square Video, in consultation with curator Zoë ...

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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 mining, storytelling, and ...

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PROGRAMMING: The Cinematic Archive of Black Madness

The Cinematic Archive of Black Madness

Session led by ariella tai
Tuesday 18 February 2020, 6-8 PM

Trinity Square Video
121-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Co-presented with Vtape

James Baldwin writes that, “to be black and conscious in America is to be in a constant state of rage.” Locating rage, incurable anger and Black protest on the axis of madness, we will work from the ...

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VITRINE: Lake Ontario Water Survey

Lake Ontario Water Survey by James Hunter

01 February – 02 March

Lake Ontario Water Survey follows two scientists through their workday in the Toronto of 2050. It is the job of these two scientists to retrieve biological samples from Toronto’s shoreline for further testing at their lab. Testing will indicate what effects the climate crisis is wreaking on Toronto’s ecosystem. ...

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PROGRAMMING: Broken Machine Feminism with Sarah Sharma

Broken Machine Feminism with Sarah Sharma

Tuesday, February 11, 2020: 6-8PM
CSI Regent Park Lounge

This workshop will begin with a lecture on the topic of feminist/critical race approaches to technology. Sharma will introduce participants to the term “Broken Machine Feminism.” We will discuss how reframing and re-thinking contemporary lived gendered/raced/classed forms of inequity as having a technological politics can generate new potentials for activism/artistic practice/daily life. We will re-think such things as Continue Reading →

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PROGRAMMING: The Visual Language of Psychiatry

The Visual Language of Psychiatry

Workshop led by Sajdeep Soomal
Saturday 1 February 2020, 1-4pm

Trinity Square Video
121-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Co-presented with Workman Arts

As a part of “Architecture after the Asylum”, we are organizing a workshop that explores the visual language of psychiatry. During the session, we will consider the ways that psychiatry has imagined, looked at, visualized and rendered ...

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EXHIBITION: Architecture after the Asylum


Architecture after the Asylum

With works by Hannah Hull, Agata Mrozowski, Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam and Rupali Mozaria, ariella tai, Joe Wood

 

Curated by Sajdeep Soomal
17 January – 22 February 2020
Opening Reception: Friday 17 January 6-8PM

Trinity Square Video
121-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Co-presented with Workman Arts

Psychiatry is a modern religion and the asylum is its old church.

Starting in the late 19th century, psychiatrists routinely crafted new, disease categories to understand the ...

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SCREENING: Winter Jams MVP (Music Video Projects)

Winter Jams MVP

Free Screening of Music Video Projects

Thursday, 19 December 2019, 7:30PM

Part of our ongoing music video showcase, Winter Jams MVP features a line up of works by local talent. Come and join us in celebrating Toronto’s musicians and video artists!

* Katie Kotler * Tess J.L Francis / Tru Sho * H1BA *  XVK (Xuan Ye, Véronique Sunatori, Sara Kay Maston) * Pat Canavan * Nathan Adler * Gee ...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: WINTER JAMS MVP (Music Video Projects) 2019

OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: WINTER JAMS MVP

Deadline: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2019.

Send Your Music Videos (All Genres) For Winter Jams MVP (Music Video Projects), A Video Screening Event

Calling all multidisciplinary artists! Musicians! Filmmakers! Video Artists! Have you made a music video that you would like to showcase? Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our next WINTER JAMS MVP 2019 Video Screening ...

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VITRINE: A certain state of exhaustion

A certain state of exhaustion by Laura Demers

8 November 2019 – 27 January 2019

Filled with chemicals, bacteria, soot, dust, and other particles, clouds constitute a matrix upon which human and industrial presence are recorded. In the last five decades, the term “anthropogenic cloud” was coined by meteorologists to describe cloud formations that are created by human-induced sources of condensation such as aircraft ...

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EXHIBITION: Untitled (Entitled)

Untitled (Entitled)
Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn
November 08 – December 14 2019

Opening Reception: November 08, 2019 | 6–8PM


Untitled (Entitled)
is a text-based installation that is an extension of Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn’s exploration on the ideological construction of white-colonial settler’s multiculturalism and its mechanisms. In a study titled “Why Do Some Employers Prefer to Interview Matthew, but Not Samir? New Evidence from Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver”, ...

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PROGRAMMING: TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal Concert

TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal Concert
Jeneen Frei Njootli, Erin Gee, Ts̱ēmā Igharas, Stephanie Loveless, and Miya Masaoka
Co-curated by Maiko Tanaka and Myung-Sun Kim

Saturday November 16, 2019 | 3–7PM
OCAD University, 
Graduate Gallery, 205 Richmond St. W., Ground Floor


TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal Concert 
seeks to challenge traditional conceptions of voice. Artists working experimentally with sound—live electronics, deep listening, sound art—perform compositions that explore new ...

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