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Biophilia: Artist and Archive (Streams ~) Nuit Blanche 2022

Biophilia: Artist and Archive (Streams ~) Nuit Blanche 2022

In collaboration with the Archives of Ontario, Archive/Counter-Archive is organizing six media art installations across York University’s Keele campus as part of this year’s Nuit Blanche festival. Five of these will be united under the exhibition title, Biophilia: Artist and Archive, with the sixth being tied to the launch of CineMobilia, a new mobile infrastructure […]

Nuit Blanche + RUTAS Symposium: A Home for Our Migrations

Nuit Blanche + RUTAS Symposium: A Home for Our Migrations

Celebrating the return of in-person gatherings for Nuit Blanche Toronto and the RUTAS Festival 2022, Nuit Blanche + RUTAS Symposium: A Home for Our Migrations will bring together scholars, artists, and community activists for lively dialogues/conversatorios, workshops, keynote speakers, and performances. Over 60 invited presenters will engage with a range of timely topics in response […]

Streams ~ Nuit Blanche 2022

Streams ~ Nuit Blanche 2022

The Project 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 […]

On, Around and With Water

On, Around and With Water

NUIT BLANCHE The Project On, Around, and With Water is an installation that presents viewers with two experiences of Lake Ontario. One where the microbial life always present in the mud has been encouraged to grow to the point it can be seen. The second, where water has been completely purified of microbial life. The […]

Variations on Broken Lines

Variations on Broken Lines

NUIT BLANCHE The Project Variations on Broken Lines is a site-specific performative installation that explores notions of the liminal in our current digital culture. The installation is located at the North York Civic Center. A constellation of video performances, moving-image, and documentation archives are projected simultaneously onto different surfaces throughout space. This installation takes the […]

X Marks the Spot: Filipinx Futurities

X Marks the Spot: Filipinx Futurities

Curated by Dr. Marissa Largo, scholar of Asian diasporic contemporary art, X Marks the Spot takes the X in “Filipinx” as a theoretical and methodological intervention in curation. The X signals an intergenerational relationality – a sort of “call and response” – between recognized and rising practitioners working on Turtle Island that speaks to the […]

Neither Here Nor There

Neither Here Nor There

Neither Here nor There addresses the intangible, transitional spaces both within and around us. It invites the viewer to explore the mysterious terrain of history, memories, and loss, and to seek the obscure connections, emotions and energy concealed in the spaces we occupy. Ashlei Stewart’s work in acrylic painting is inspired by mythology, history, and […]

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Lisa Cristinzo

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Lisa Cristinzo

Stone like Fruit, Fruit like Fire: MFA Thesis Exhibition by Lisa Cristinzo School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) presents thesis work by MFA candidates from the Graduate Program in Visual Arts. Artists include Abraham Oghobase, Jasmine Canaviri, Andrew Harding, Catherine Hois, Michelle Peraza, Shawn Grey, Jessie Kitchen and Lisa Cristinzo. Exhibitions are scheduled […]

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Jessie Kitchen

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Jessie Kitchen

MFA Thesis Exhibitions School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) presents thesis work by MFA candidates from the Graduate Program in Visual Arts. Artists include Abraham Oghobase, Jasmine Canaviri, Andrew Harding, Catherine Hois, Michelle Peraza, Shawn Grey, Jessie Kitchen and Lisa Cristinzo. Exhibitions are scheduled throughout the month of April in the Gales Gallery […]

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Shawn Grey

MFA22 Thesis Exhibitions: Shawn Grey

When Nobody Was Here: MFA Thesis Exhibition by Shawn Grey MFA Thesis Exhibitions School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) presents thesis work by MFA candidates from the Graduate Program in Visual Arts. Artists include Abraham Oghobase, Jasmine Canaviri, Andrew Harding, Catherine Hois, Michelle Peraza, Shawn Grey, Jessie Kitchen and Lisa Cristinzo. Exhibitions are […]