Art Creates Change, Public Talk: Devora Neumark

gathering of people outside a building
Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Art Creates Change / The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series
Presented by the Faculty of Art

Public Talk: Devora Neumark
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
7:00 p.m.
100 McCaul St., Central Hall (room 230)
Toronto, ON

Devora Neumark, long involved with live art events in urban settings and community performance, addresses the intersections of forced displacement, loss and the act of witness. Neumark’s practice is deliberately dialogic. Most recently she has been interrogating the relationship between dislocation following violence and/or environmental disaster and the deliberate beautification of one’s home(land). Neumark is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, community development practitioner and a faculty member in MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College. She is also currently the Interim Vice President of DestiNATIONS Carrefour International for Indigenous Arts and Cultures and the Development/Funding Agent for the First Nations Human Resources Development Commission of Quebec.

Art Creates Change is sponsored by Faculty of Art Faculty Innovation Fund

Co-programmers: Richard Fung & b.h. Yael

All events are open to the public
Wheelchair accessible

Contact:
Tracy Buchanan
Information & Projects Coordinator
Faculty of Art
416-977-6000 ext 330
tbuchanan@ocadu.ca

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University 100 McCaul St., Central Hall (room 230) Toronto, ON
Email: 
tbuchanan@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext 330
Cost: 
Free

Art Creates Change: Dylan Miner Public Talk

Art installation with three decorated bicycles
Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Art Creates Change
The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series
Presented by the Faculty of Art

Dylan Miner’s artistic practice, based on social relationships and an interdisciplinary sensibility, explores issues of migration, mobility, labour, economics, individual and collective identity, as well as Indigenous and community history. Miner, is a Wiisaakodwinini (Métis) artist and scholar who exhibits widely. He is founding member of Justseeds and was awarded an Artist Leadership Fellowship from the National Museum of the American Indian. Miner is Associate Professor at Michigan State University and curator of Indigenous Art at the MSU Museum. He states, “I come to my work as an artist from my position as an activist. I am unapologetic about making my work political.”

Art Creates change is a two-part speaker series. Devora Neumark will be giving a public talk on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. 100 McCaul St., Central Hall (room 230) Toronto, ON

Art Creates Change is sponsored by Faculty of Art Faculty Innovation Fund

Co-programmers: Richard Fung & b.h. Yael

All events are open to the public
Wheelchair accessible

Venue & Address: 
100 McCaul St., Auditorium (room 190)
Email: 
tbuchanan@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 ext 330
Cost: 
Free

Entr’acte

Work by Hazel Meyer
Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 5:00am to Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 5:00am

RBC Emerging Artists Project, Featuring work by:

  • Michelle Forsyth, Associate Professor, Faculty of Art
  • Anda Kubis, Associate Dean, Outreach and Innovation, Faculty of Art
  • Hazel Meyer (MFA, Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media & Desgn, 2010)
  • Lisa Myers (MFA, Cricitism & Curatorial Practice, 2011) and Writing and Learning Consultant (Aboriginal Student Support)
  • Alex McLeod (BFA, Drawing & Painting, 2007)
  • Franco Arcieri, thesis student in Sculpture & Installation
  • Rebecca Ladds (BFA, Printmaking, 2014)

Gallery Hours: Thursday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Image: Hazel Meyer
Photo: Janick Laurent

Venue & Address: 
The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre (Gallery Level) 189 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 1M4
Phone: 
<p>(416) 314-2901</p>
Cost: 
Free

Choo-Choo Choose Your Major

Choo- Choo- Choose your Major poster, featuring a cartoon card with a train on it (from the Simpsons)
Monday, January 20, 2014 - 3:00pm to 7:00pm

For First-Year Faculty of Art Students

Student and Faculty representatives from Major Programs and Specializations, and the new BA program will be there to answer your questions and show you some work! Popcorn!

Majors:
CRCP- Criticism and Curatorial Practice
PRNT-Printmaking
PHOT-Photography
SCIN-Sculpture and Installation
INTM-Integrated Media

Specializations:
DPXA-Digital Painting and Expanded Animation
PUBL-Publications

New! Honours BA in Critical and Visual Studies

Venue & Address: 
>Main Lobby 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
Cost: 
Free

DAVID PELLETTIER’S SCULPTURE OF JACK LAYTON UNVEILED IN TORONTO

Jack's Got Your Back unveiled by local dignitaries. Photo by Martin Iskandar.
David Pellettier at the sculpture unveiling. Photo by Martin Iskandar.

David Pellettier, a professor in OCAD U’s Faculty of Art, and the former chair of the Sculpture/Installation program, created a long-lasting bronze sculpture memorial honouring the legacy of beloved Toronto politician and federal New Democrat Party leader, Jack Layton.

Jack’s Got Your Back. Stronger Together: The Layton Memorial, was unveiled in a special tribute ceremony on August 22, 2013, two years from the day Layton passed away on in 2011. It’s located at the newly named Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, 9 Queens Quay West, at the foot of Bay Street.

The life-sized sculpture depicts Layton on the back of the tandem bicycle he often rode with his wife, Olivia Chow. It’s a fitting memorial to things Layton loved and championed in this city, including cycling, the waterfront, the Toronto Islands and working together. The installation also includes a flower bed, donor wall and Layton’s final message to Canadians: “So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And we’ll change the world.”

Chow, the NDP MP for Trinity-Spadina, the riding OCAD U is located in, is a trained sculptor herself. She studied at OCA during her university years and worked professionally as an artist for years, prior to becoming a politician. After Layton’s death she made her own memorial sculpture of him for his gravesite.

Chow credits Toronto Island residents for the initial idea for the public ferry terminal sculpture. She took the idea and approached MST Bronze Ltd., a well-known foundry in Etobicoke, and worked closely with Pellettier in the process of its creation. 

Pellettier, who balances his studio teaching at OCAD U with his own work at his studio in Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts on Toronto Island, says he appreciated Chow’s input in capturing his expression, and getting his smile right.

“Right from the beginning she’s been a big part of this,” said Pellettier. “She has far more intimate knowledge of Jack as far as getting his presence fully there.”

The sculpture was funded by the Ontario Federation of Labour and the City of Toronto donated the land for it. It’s estimated that two million people will walk by and interact with the sculpture every year—it’s designed so that you can have a seat on the bicycle and have your photo taken.

Learn more:

Jack Layton Memorial comes to life 

Alumni, faculty named in ARTINFO Canada's 30 Under 30 list

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 4:15pm

Alumna Sky Goodden (MFA, Criticism & Curatorial Practice, 2010), Executive Editor of ARTINFO Canada, has published the organization’s 2014 30 Under 30 list, which includes four OCAD U alumni and one faculty member.

“This year’s list is the product of long thought and good council,” said Goodden. “I’ve had input from 77 curators, artists, academics, collectors, gallerists, and writers nationwide, on the matter to hand.”

Included among this year’s selections are alumni Stefan Hancherow (MFA, Criticism & Curatorial Practice, 2013), Meryl McMaster (BFA, Photography 2010), Mary MacDonald, (MFA, Criticism & Curatorial Practice, 2012) and Caoimhe Morgan-Feir (MA, Contemporary Art History, 2012) as well as Faculty of Art Instructor Francisco-Fernando Granados.

See the full slideshow of ARTINFO Canada’s 30 Under 30 subjects.

Artists Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh announced as 2012 Nomadic Residents

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 - 5:00am

(Toronto—February 8, 2012) OCAD University's Faculty of Art welcomes critically acclaimed international artists Ghada Amer (Egyptian) and Reza Farkhondeh (Iranian) as this year's Nomadic Residents. On campus from March 19 to 23, 2012, the artists will give a free public talk on Thursday, March 22 at 6:30 p.m. During their residency, Amer and Farkhondeh will conduct studio critiques, engage in dialogue with faculty and lead a collaborative student project.

"We're delighted to bring Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh to Toronto as our 2012 Nomadic Residents, a program that enriches learning opportunities for our students and showcases diversity and innovation in contemporary art practice, " Dr. Vladimir Spicanovic, Dean of the Faculty of Art at OCAD University. "Amer and Farkhondeh's intricate investigations of representation and pictorial space, and their collaborative working relationship, present our students with a window into how they might engage in creative collaboration in their future careers."

Launched in 2006 with the generous support of Partners in Art, Nomadic Residents aims to inspire and influence the OCAD University community and the public by featuring artists and thinkers from around the world whose work questions issues such as travel, mobility, displacement, dislocation and homelessness, as well as the speed or instability of modern life. Nomadic Residents has hosted pre-eminent contemporary practitioners and theorists including Rirkrit Tiravanija (2006), Ann Hamilton (2007), ORLAN (2008), Hal Foster (2009) and Adel Abdessemed (2010). The series continues with the generous support of the Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation.

About the artists
Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh met in 1988 while both were studying at Villa Arson in Nice, France. Their work spans and reveals layers of cultural references to their home countries of Egypt and Iran, to their time in France and now the United States. Both artists have strong individual signatures: Amer is renowned for her erotic women embroidered onto canvas and partially concealed by colorful drip-like threads; Farkhondeh uses nature, trees, flowers and leaves, often as direct motifs, drawn, interpreted and painted with layers of transparencies.

Amer and Farkondeh's collaborative practice has evolved into a unique pictorial language, bringing together two of the most common historical subjects of art: nudes and landscapes. Amer and Farkhondeh have shared studios since their graduation in the early 1990s with MFAs at National School of Fine Arts at the Villa Arson. Later, they studied at the Institut des Hautes Etudes en Arts Plastiques in Paris. They now work out of shared studios in Harlem, New York.

While both artists continue to develop their individual practice, it was only in early 2000 that they began to collaborate on canvas, on paper and in video performance. Amer and Farkhondeh have exhibited their collaborations in numerous venues internationally including the Singapore Tyler Print Institute, the Galeria Filomena Soares (Lisbon, Portugal), the Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg, South Africa), the Kukje Gallery (Seoul, Korea) and Tina Kim Gallery (New York).

Nomadic Residents: Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh
Residency: March 19 to 22, 2012
Free public talk: Thursday, March 22, 6:30 p.m.

Register for Tickets (Free)

OCAD University - 135 Years of Imagination
Auditorium, 100 McCaul Street, Toronto
416-977-6000  |  http://www.ocadu.ca/

OCAD University (OCAD U): 135 Years of Imagination
OCAD University (www.ocadu.ca) is Canada’s “University of the Imagination.” The university, founded in 1876, is dedicated to art and design education, practice and research and to knowledge and invention across a wide range of disciplines. OCAD University is building on its traditional, studio-based strengths, adding new approaches to learning that champion cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and the integration of emerging technologies. In the Age of Imagination, OCAD University community members will be uniquely qualified to act as catalysts for the next advances in culture, technology and quality of life for all Canadians.

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For more information contact:

Sarah Mulholland, Media & Communications Officer
416-977-6000 Ext. 327 (mobile Ext. 1327)

OCAD University appoints David Rokeby as adjunct professor

Monday, February 11, 2013 - 5:00am

(Toronto—February 11, 2013) The Faculty of Art at OCAD University (OCAD U) has appointed Canadian interactive installation artist David Rokeby as Adjunct Professor. His appointment started January 31 and continues until December 31, 2016.

Rokeby is widely considered a pioneer of interactive new media art. His complex digital installations, environmental works and public sculptures explore multi-sensory perception, architecture and embodiment.

“Mr. Rokeby’s deep knowledge of interactive art and commitment to technological innovation will inform and complement our ongoing research and curricular initiatives across the Faculty of Art and OCAD U,” said Vladimir Spicanovic, Dean of OCAD U’s Faculty of Art. “His creativity will surely inspire many of our students and faculty.”

Biography:
David Rokeby has been creating interactive sound and video installations with computers since 1982. His early work Very Nervous System (1982-1991) is acknowledged as a pioneering work of interactive art, translating physical gestures into real-time interactive sound environments. Very Nervous System was presented at the Venice Biennale in 1986, and was awarded the first Petro-Canada Award for Media Arts (1988) and Austria's Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction for Interactive Art (1991).

Several of his works have addressed issues of digital surveillance, including Watch (1995), Taken (2002), and Sorting Daemon (2003). Taken was exhibited at the Witney Museum of American Art in New York in 2007. Another of his surveillance works, Watched and Measured (2000) was awarded the first BAFTA award for interactive art from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2000.

Other works by Rokeby engage in a critical examination of  the differences between human and artificial intelligence. The Giver of Names (1991-) and n-cha(n)t (2001) are artificial subjective entities, provoked by objects or spoken words in their immediate environment to formulate sentences and speak them aloud.

Rokeby's installations have been exhibited extensively around the world. He has been featured in retrospectives at Oakville Galleries (2004), FACT in Liverpool (2007), the CCA in Glasgow (2007) and the Art Gallery of Windsor (2008). He has been an invited speaker at events around the world, and has published two papers that are required reading in the new media arts faculties of many universities.

In 2002, Rokeby was awarded a Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts, the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica for Interactive Art (for n-cha(n)t) and represented Canada at the Venice Biennale of Architecture with Seen (2002). In 2004 he represented Canada at the São Paulo Bienal in Brazil. In 2007 he completed major art commissions for the Ontario Science Centre and the Daniel Langlois Foundation in Montréal. His 400 foot long, 72 foot high sculpture long wave was featured at the Luminato Festival in Toronto (2009).

In 2011 and 2012, Rokeby was a guest artist at Le Fresnoy Studio Nationale in Tourcoing, France, and artist-in-residence at the Ryerson Image Centre at Ryerson University, in Toronto. He developed substantial new works for exhibitions in both places in 2012. He is currently working in partnership with Michael Awad on a large kinetic mobile for the public art component of the new Ripley’s Aquarium. Rokeby, who graduated from OCAD University’s Experimental Arts program in 1984, is represented by Pari Nadimi Gallery.

OCAD University (OCAD U):
OCAD University (www.ocadu.ca) is Canada’s “university of imagination.” The university, founded in 1876, is dedicated to art and design education, practice and research and to knowledge and invention across a wide range of disciplines. OCAD University is building on its traditional, studio-based strengths, adding new approaches to learning that champion cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and the integration of emerging technologies. In the Age of Imagination, OCAD University community members will be uniquely qualified to act as catalysts for the next advances in culture, technology and quality of life for all Canadians.

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Sarah Mulholland, Media & Communications Officer
416-977-6000 x327 (mobile x1327)

Nomadic Residents: Candice Breitz

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 4:00am

September 16 to 20, 2013

FREE Public Lecture: “From A to B and Back Again”
Tuesday, September 17, 6:30 p.m.

OCAD University
Auditorium, 100 McCaul Street, Toronto
416-977-6000  |  www.ocadu.ca

All are welcome and admission is free. Limited seating available; guests are advised to arrive early. OCAD University's Faculty of Art welcomes critically acclaimed international artist Candice Breitz as this year's Nomadic Resident, from September 16 to 20, 2013. As part of her residency, Breitz will present a public talk on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. Titled “From A to B and Back Again,” Breitz’s public talk will focus on several recent works that have been made ‘on the road,’ providing insight into a creative practice that seeks to capture and observe the nuanced manner in which individual experience is inflected through a variety of social and other filters. In recent years, Breitz has spent long stretches of time producing works in Jamaica, Italy, Germany, Austria, Japan, Sweden, Great Britain, Ukraine, South Africa, the United States, India and Nigeria, typically working with a local crew in each new location, and endeavouring to respond to the particularity of each local context as it relates to the broader global context in which her work is made and exhibited.

“We are thrilled to have Candice Breitz join the Nomadic Residents program that is now in its seventh year,” said Dr. Vladimir Spicanovic, Dean in OCAD U’s Faculty of Art. “Breitz’s international perspectives and interest in interrogating the interplay between art making, media and cultural awareness, as well as her commitment to studio teaching will surely inspire many of our students and faculty and complement OCAD U ecology of learning.”

As part of her residency, Breitz will lead a collaborative studio workshop with OCAD U students: Being Ourselves + Others will invite students to expand their individual artistic strategies through a process of exploration into and reflection on coalescing societal contexts and ideas.
Candice Breitz’s residency at OCAD University is presented in conjunction with the debut of Treatment (2013), a new work by the artist that has been commissioned as part of the Toronto International Film Festival. Treatment opens as part of the exhibition David Cronenberg: Transformation at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) on Wednesday, September 4 with a reception from 8 to 10 p.m. The exhibition continues until December 29, 2013.

Breitz will also give a talk at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m. in conjunction with the installation of her work Him + Her (1968-2008).

Candice Breitz (Johannesburg, 1972) is a Berlin-based South African artist whose moving image installations have been shown internationally. In recent years, solo exhibitions of her work have been hosted by The Power Plant (Toronto), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Copenhagen), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Bawag Foundation (Vienna), Moderna Museet (Stockholm), White Cube (London) and the South African National Gallery (Cape Town). Her work is represented in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Fonds national d’art contemporain (France), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, as well as NYC’s Museum of Modern Art. She has participated in biennales in Johannesburg (1997), São Paulo (1998), Istanbul (1999), Taipei (2000), Kwangju (2000), Tirana (2001), Venice (2005), New Orleans (2008), Göteborg (2003 and 2009) and Singapore (2011). Selected group exhibitions include New Frontier (Sundance Film Festival, 2009), The Cinema Effect (Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 2008), Made in Germany (Kunstverein Hannover, 2007), Superstars (Kunsthalle Wien, 2005) and Remix: Contemporary Art and Pop (Tate Liverpool, 2002).

About Nomadic Residents
The Nomadic Residents program aims to inspire and influence the OCAD U community and the public by featuring artists and thinkers from around the world whose work questions issues such as travel, mobility, displacement, dislocation and homelessness, as well as the speed or instability of modern life. In bringing these innovative and diverse individuals to take up residence at OCAD U, Nomadic Residents joins here to there, the local to the global and the provisional and the permanent. Nomadic Residents was launched with generous support from Partners in Art in 2006 with Rirkrit Tiravanija. Past residents include Ann Hamilton (2007), ORLAN (2008), Hal Foster (2009), Adel Abdessemed (2010) and Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh (2012). Nomadic Residents continues to be supported by the Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation.

About OCAD University
OCAD University (www.ocadu.ca) is Canada’s “university of imagination.” The university, founded in 1876, is dedicated to art and design education, practice and research and to knowledge and invention across a wide range of disciplines. OCAD University is building on its traditional, studio-based strengths, adding new approaches to learning that champion cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and the integration of emerging technologies. In the Age of Imagination, OCAD University community members will be uniquely qualified to act as catalysts for the next advances in culture, technology and quality of life for all Canadians.

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For more information please contact:

Sarah Mulholland, OCAD U Marketing & Communications
416 977 6000 x327
mobile: x1327

Nomadic Resident: Candice Breitz

Extra #8, 2011, Candice Breitz. Chromogenic print, 56 x 84 cm. Commissioned by the Standard Bank Gallery.
Monday, September 16, 2013 - 4:00am to Friday, September 20, 2013 - 4:00am

FREE Public Lecture: “From A to B and Back Again”
Tuesday, September 17, 6:30 p.m.
Auditorium, 100 McCaul Street

Presented by the Faculty of Art

OCAD University's Faculty of Art welcomes critically acclaimed international artist Candice Breitz as this year's Nomadic Resident, from September 16 to 20, 2013. As part of her residency, Breitz will present a public talk on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. Titled “From A to B and Back Again,” Breitz’s public talk will focus on several recent works that have been made ‘on the road,’ providing insight into a creative practice that seeks to capture and observe the nuanced manner in which individual experience is inflected through a variety of social and other filters. In recent years, Breitz has spent long stretches of time producing works in Jamaica, Italy, Germany, Austria, Japan, Sweden, Great Britain, Ukraine, South Africa, the United States, India and Nigeria, typically working with a local crew in each new location, and endeavouring to respond to the particularity of each local context as it relates to the broader global context in which her work is made and exhibited.

“We are thrilled to have Candice Breitz join the Nomadic Residents program that is now in its seventh year,” said Dr. Vladimir Spicanovic, Dean in OCAD U’s Faculty of Art. “Breitz’s international perspectives and interest in interrogating the interplay between art making, media and cultural awareness, as well as her commitment to studio teaching will surely inspire many of our students and faculty and complement OCAD U ecology of learning.”

As part of her residency, Breitz will lead a collaborative studio workshop with OCAD U students: Being Ourselves + Others will invite students to expand their individual artistic strategies through a process of exploration into and reflection on coalescing societal contexts and ideas.

Candice Breitz’s residency at OCAD University is presented in conjunction with the debut of Treatment (2013), a new work by the artist that has been commissioned as part of the Toronto International Film Festival. Treatment opens as part of the exhibition David Cronenberg: Transformation at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) on Wednesday, September 4 with a reception from 8 to 10 p.m. The exhibition continues until December 29, 2013.

Breitz will also give a talk at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m. in conjunction with the installation of her work Him + Her (1968-2008).

Candice Breitz (Johannesburg, 1972) is a Berlin-based South African artist whose moving image installations have been shown internationally. In recent years, solo exhibitions of her work have been hosted by The Power Plant (Toronto), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Copenhagen), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Bawag Foundation (Vienna), Moderna Museet (Stockholm), White Cube (London) and the South African National Gallery (Cape Town). Her work is represented in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Fonds national d’art contemporain (France), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, as well as NYC’s Museum of Modern Art. She has participated in biennales in Johannesburg (1997), São Paulo (1998), Istanbul (1999), Taipei (2000), Kwangju (2000), Tirana (2001), Venice (2005), New Orleans (2008), Göteborg (2003 and 2009) and Singapore (2011). Selected group exhibitions include New Frontier (Sundance Film Festival, 2009), The Cinema Effect (Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 2008), Made in Germany (Kunstverein Hannover, 2007), Superstars (Kunsthalle Wien, 2005) and Remix: Contemporary Art and Pop (Tate Liverpool, 2002).

About Nomadic Residents
The Nomadic Residents program aims to inspire and influence the OCAD U community and the public by featuring artists and thinkers from around the world whose work questions issues such as travel, mobility, displacement, dislocation and homelessness, as well as the speed or instability of modern life. In bringing these innovative and diverse individuals to take up residence at OCAD U, Nomadic Residents joins here to there, the local to the global and the provisional and the permanent. Nomadic Residents was launched with generous support from Partners in Art in 2006 with Rirkrit Tiravanija. Past residents include Ann Hamilton (2007), ORLAN (2008), Hal Foster (2009), Adel Abdessemed (2010) and Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh (2012). Nomadic Residents continues to be supported by the Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation.

Image:
Extra #8, 2011, Candice Breitz. Chromogenic print, 56 x 84 cm. Commissioned by the Standard Bank Gallery.

 

www.candicebreitz.net/

 

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
Main Campus 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario

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