Neither this Morning nor These Words are Quite My Own An exhibition by Canadian artists Moez Surani and Nina Leo
Opening reception and poetry reading by Moez Surani:
16th Feb 2018 (Friday)
5:00 pm - 8: 00 pm
Moez Surani’s writing has been published internationally, including in Harper’s Magazine, Best American Experimental Writing 2016, and the Globe and Mail. He has been an artist in residence in Burma, China, Finland, Italy, Taiwan and Switzerland. He is the author of three poetry books: Reticent Bodies, Floating Life, and most recently, Operations, which reveals a globe-spanning inventory of the contemporary rhetoric of violence.
Nina Leo is a Canadian cross-disciplinary artist whose work examines societal shifts, the senses that signal them, and how these shifts impact consciousness. Coupled with this tactile approach to ideology, is an enquiry into where political resistance begins. Her work and research has been exhibited and published internationally and she is an assistant professor within the Sculpture/ Installation program at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada.
Regular Exhibition Hours
17th - 27th Feb 2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
New Zero Art Space
No 202, 2nd Floor, United Condo, Ah Lan Pya Pagida Road, Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar
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