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Sunday, March 11, 2018
Many of the images and texts in Michael Landy’s exhibition, DEMONSTRATION, were submitted by citizens who found them in news articles based on current events in Toronto, across Canada and around the world. Every participant in this workshop gets to create one (or more!) headline, article and illustration to be submitted to a collective newspaper illustrating the current events in our everyday lives.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
This screening is co-presented by The Power Plant and Black Artists' Network Dialogue. Following the screening, Josh Heuman, The Power Plant’s Curator of Education and Public Programs, will engage in conversation with University of Toronto's Dickson Eyohn and Kimberley Bennett, Protection Advocacy Adviser with the Norwegian Refugee Council in the Democratic Republic of Congo. They will also take questions from the audience.
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Mirrors are an important visual element in Kader Attia’s artworks, especially in the the film Reflecting Memory. Reflections are used to create optical illusions which fool our eyes at first, later giving way to new stories. Inspired by Attia’s interest in mirrors and memory, we will construct dioramas illustrating personal memories using mirrors in place of missing elements to create fluid narratives.