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Waking Dreams of Chinatown, Somewhere Around Here

Curated by Camila Salcedo and Katie Belcher for Eyelevel artist-run-centre

Waking Dreams of Chinatown, Somewhere Around Here is an artist-talk-walk-food-tour that will be taking place on Saturday, August 26th, in the format of a lunch talk (12pm-3pm) and a dinner talk (4pm-7pm). The locations will vary based on attendees’ restaurant, food establishment and/or dish suggestions. Each participant is a collaborator by suggesting a destination and a dish/ food item. The artist will compile a list of destinations based on registered-participants’ suggestions.

This talk has a capacity of about 12 people (6 people per tour) and will be taking place in two iterations in order to accommodate everyone for transportation. All the locations for both tours will be cumulatively mapped onto one tablecloth, creating a concentration of experience/information that elaborates an idea of Chinatown and its geography in the city.

Please keep in mind that conversations will be recorded and turned into podcast episodes to be released through the year.


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08
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FLOTILLA: Nautilus / Or Bookstore

The Association of Artist-Run Centres from the Atlantic (AARCA) hosts FLOTILLA, a biennial gathering of Canadian artist-run centres in Charlottetown, PE from 21-24 September 2017.

Printed copies of cable knots [booklet] will be available for purchase at Nautilus / Or Bookstore, during Flotilla. Nautilus will privilege works that highlight the book as an artform. Books will be sold on consignment, with 60% of the shelf price paid to the artist/publisher and 40% to Or Bookstore following the event.

The Or Bookstore is a project of the Or Gallery in Vancouver, BC. The shop specializes in artists’ publishing and carries a range of books and printed matter including editions, artists’ books, monographs, design publications, local publishing, criticism and theory and journals and magazines. Our titles come from Fillip, New Documents, Publication Studio, Sternberg Press, Tsunami Editions, Urbanomic, Motto Distribution and more.

07
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Eyelevel: Food For Thoughts

I’m excited to be part of a line up of three artists’ talks/small-group activities that are part of Food For Thoughts, a summer time art, food and discussions program by Eyelevel.

Geneviève Brideau & Parker Houghtaling
ARTFAT- Taking our fat bodies back from the clutches of semiotics
23 July 2017

Cinthia Arias Auz & rudi aker
19 August 2017

Annie Onyi Cheung
Waking Dreams of Chinatown, Somewhere Around Here
26 August 2017

+++++About the series: Food For Thoughts (FFT) is Eyelevel’s discussion series which was started in the summer of 2016. Back for a second year, through this program Eyelevel is aiming to de-centre western notions of what an artist-talk looks and sounds like. As a gallery-less artist-run centre we prioritize programs that take the visual arts into the public sphere. Through off-site talks, potluck picnics, podcast episodes, a publication, and a picnic starter pack, FFT aims to prompt critical discussions surrounding art practices while sharing food.+++++

You’re invited to attend(!) RSVP for any of the talks, contact information below.

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05
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cable knots [booklet], new project and free download posted

The cable knots [booklet] was produced for In the Shadow of Paradise exhibition at Y+ contemporary artist-run-centre, that included a participatory cable knot-tying workshop during the shows opening reception.

The half-fold letter-sized booklet is available as a digital PDF download for free.
Signed, colour laser printed copies of the booklet are available for $10 +shipping, please contact me directly.


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Y+ contemporary, and MyseumX video documentation from In the Shadow of Paradise exhibition

Thank you to Y+ contemporary artist-run-centre, and curator/founder Tiffany Schofield, for inviting me to take part in her recent exhibition In the Shadow of Paradise, which included work by Dierdre Logue and Anique J. Jordan.

Above is video documentation by Alan Peng, of the community knot-tying that happened during the opening reception on March 18th at Y+ contemporary.

Thank you as well, to Myseum of Toronto and Myseum Intersections 2017 Festival for their efforts to bring audiences and attention to Scarborough’s artistic communities!

05
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IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux)

I’m excited to offer a selection of multiples, sculptures, photo editions, and a video edition for sale as part of IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux)!

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux)  is a pop up gallery that will feature over twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. These artists work in various disciplines such as printmaking, bioart, collage, painting, text-based, video, photography and sculpture.

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) artists: Alisa Arsenault, Rémi Belliveau , Angela Glanzmann, WhiteFeather Hunter, Anne MacMillan, James MacSwain, Annie Onyi Cheung, William Robinson, Lou Sheppard, and Terri Whetstone with others to be announced.


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04
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7a*11d Performance Art Daily panel talk, video documentation

Many thanks to 7a*11d for inviting me to perform at their most recent festival in Autumn of 2016. During the festival, I participated in a Performance Art Daily panel talk with Chun Hua Catherine Duong, moderated by Tanya Mars. Video documentation by Alan Peng.

Video documentation from my performance How I can–well-enough (or showing my work) to be posted soon.


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04
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NEW-ish! Edition of 10: Finational [photo series C-prints]

Limited Edition C-print photo series 
Dimensions: 20 x 20 inches (unframed)
Each image in this series is available as an edition of 10

Photographed by David Reyes.
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02
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Y+ contemporary ‘In the Shadow of Paradise’


March 4-25, 2017

Opening reception March 11, 6-9pm
Artist Panel March 18, 2-3:15pm *
*Please note: MyseumX Shuttle bus will be available on March 18. For more information and to register visit www.myseumxbus-scarborough.eventbrite.ca

Presented as part of the Myseum Intersections festival

Featuring work by Annie Onyi Cheung, Anique J. Jordan & Deirdre Logue
Curated by Tiffany Schofield
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