Streams ~ Nuit Blanche 2022
The Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) and York University presents Streams ~ Nuit Blanche 2022 at York University, an evening of campus-wide exhibitions, art installations, and events featuring 34 artists and showcasing 18 projects located around the central core of York’s Keele Campus and surrounding the Harry Arthur Commons.
Each artwork and program is conceived as a distinctive whole, but the title Streams ~ identifies their shared commonalities in theme, process, and research methodology. Many of the works included in the evenings program examine how we occupy and interact with environmental ecologies from streams to stars as both subject and medium while others revamp and redirect streams of thought by scrutinizing how histories are conveyed, disseminated, and preserved; all share a social position that uses art to both disrupt and restore how we share the continuous flow of our experiences and knowledge. Streams ~ are land, people, and consciousness. They can also be endless.
A printed guide and map will be available as well as accessible at agyu.art
We are pleased to share the artwork of an esteemed group of artists: Dele Adeyemo, Jawa El Khash, Lou Sheppard, Holly Ward, Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning, Mary Bunch, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Exmirada, Michaela Pnacekova, Mariel Belanger, Chris Chong Chan Fui, Dave Colangelo, Patricio Davila, Jennifer Dysart, Nehal El-Hadi, Keysha Freshh, John Greyson, Grace Grothaus, Brian Harris, Karina Iskandarsjah, Lydia Johnson, Deirdre Logue, Hrysovalanti Maheras, Jean-Pierre Marchant, Janine Marchessault, Immony Menn, Lisa Myers, Gayil Nalls, Hodari Newtown, Jenn E. Norton, Michael Palumbo, Patricia Pasten, Sydanie, Raewyn Turne
Streams~ Nuit Blanche 2022 at York University is coordinated by the Art Gallery of York University lead by Clara Halpern, Assistant Curator, and Jenifer Papararo, Director/ Curator with support from Mallory Silver, Events & Communications Coordinator and Shawna Teper, Government and Community Relations Officer, York University Collaborating organizations at York University include the Allan I. Carswell Observatory; Archive/Counter-Archive; Archives of Ontario; Art Gallery of York University; Peripheral Visions Lab; Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts and Technology at York University’s School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) York University acknowledges its presence on the traditional territory of many Indigenous Nations. The area known as Tkaronto has been taken care of by the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, and the Huron-Wendat. It is now home to many Indigenous Peoples from numerous First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities. We acknowledge the current treaty holders, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.
Streams ~ Nuit Blanche 2022
Oct 1-2, 2022
York University (8 Accolade East Building, 4700 Keele St.)
This event is a part of the York University Year of the Arts, presented by the York University School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD).