This Womxn’s Work is a multidisciplinary exhibition exploring the past, present, and futures of womxn’s work in Toronto. Informed by personal histories and emerging social and technological changes impacting the world of work, this exhibition features performance, installation art, film, and an immersive audio experience that invite audiences to think critically about possible and preferred futures of womxn’s work.
Project leads: Alica Hall, Natasha Singh.
Futures research and soundscape production: Macy Siu, Asia Clarke, Alyssa Alikpala, Robert Bolton, Dani Ramez, Tala Kamea, and Naomi Skwarna.
Special thanks to: Emily Woundenberg, Nehal El-Hadi, Jen Maramba, Maya Shoucair, Dawn Walker, Valdis Silins, and Udit Vira.
Hima is an innovation and experience designer and performance and installation artist. She uses rigorous design tools and methods to bring new ideas, systems and experiences from vision to reality. Her artistic practice explores themes of labour, late-stage capitalism, spirituality, healing, death and decolonization.
Skylar Cheung turns to visual arts when words fail to articulate her ideas. She is interested in the intersection between personhood and the objective states of nature. Her mediums include punch needle embroidery, watercolor, and oil paints. Skylar’s work has appeared in public spaces such as the Ada Slaight Gallery and the Forestview Retirement Residence.
Farihah Shah is a contemporary lens-based artist originally from Edmonton, AB now based in Bradford, ON. Her practice explores issues of racial identity, land and collective memory. She is a member of Gallery 44 and Women Photograph and has exhibited internationally in North America, Asia and Europe.
At The Moment
At The Moment honours the collective strength of womxn who are breaking boundaries, using their voices and embracing who they are. We connect womxn to experiences that celebrate who they are. We share traditions and culture. We curate objects that are rooted in our history but redesigned for modern times.
From Later is a foresight studio based in Toronto. We monitor and make sense of change, developing clear-sighted and judicious futures perspectives. We develop tools and ways of working that augment our faculties for research, problem-solving, and creativity. We explore the capacities of art, science, theory, and strategy to address complex challenges.
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POSTPONED – This Womxn’s Work
30 Apr 2020
Due to precautions related to COVID-19, we are disappointed to announce that our festival has been postponed until further notice.
This difficult decision has been made with the health, safety, and well-being of our community as our top priority. We will continue to share updates as the situation unfolds.