ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Northern Migration2022

ARCHIVES OF RESISTANCE

Brimming

Jennifer Dysart

A fire burns. Water flushes out the chemical leak. Will a historical moment in an archived film rise to the surface?

10.27 > 12.07.22
Online Exhibition
11.03.2022
Artist Talk

The Family Album

Archivo de la Memoria Trans / Archive of Trans Memory

The Family Album showcases a selection of vernacular photographs by a community of Trans women in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The photos are accompanied by a narration that reveals personal stories of women in the photographs.

12.08.2022
Online Exhibition
12.09.2022
Artist Talk

Ngoymalayiñ: Refusing the Archive of Death

Catrileo Carrion Community

Ngoymalayiñ means “we do not forget” in Mapuzungun. These series of experimental videos (2019-2022) collect an ethos of refusal practice against forgetting. As a way of materializing our communal concerns and our pain in the face of the 2019 military repression and biopolitical control in Chile, this series serves as a ceremonial continuum using media to reflect and heal diverse layers of violence that affect our Mapuche and Chilean community.

01.26.2023
Online Exhibition
02.17.2023
Artist Talk

Un Lugar Para Enterrarla / A Place to Bury

Marton Robinson

Marton Robinson’s exhibition, Un Lugar Para Enterrarla (A Place to Bury), delves into the socio-political contexts implicitly embedded in urban and so-called “natural” landscapes. In turn, these unspoken codes determine the presence and absence of bodies within these spaces. Landscapes are never neutral or unbiased. Robison questions what happens when “Othered” or racialized bodies enter these landscapes subverting the reading of these sites. Through this exhibition, he creates an all-immersive installation that mimics a billboard shop. Using structures similar to signage and advertising billboards on the side of highways, he readapts representation of Black bodies inspired by the myriad of Global representations of blackness and his cultural background as a Black Costa Rican. This show is in part inspired by the landscapes of Northern Ontario as well as other colonized landscapes and their role within a global capitalist market.

08.26.2023
Online Exhibition
08.26.2023
Artist Talk