- October 28, 2016 to December 10, 2016
CALL To support the work of Indigenous North American women and artists through local art commissions that incite dialogue and catalyze action between individuals, communities, territories, and institutions. To stand together across sovereign territories as accomplices in awakened solidarity with all our relations both human and non. RESPONSE To ground art in responsible action, value lived experience, and demonstrate ongoing commitment to accountability and community building. To respond to re/concilliation as a present day negotiation and reconstruction of communities in the aftermath of colonial trauma. callresponseart.ca
By Cheryl L'hirondelle, Christi Belcourt, Esther Neff, Isaac Murdoch, IV Castellanos, Laakkuluk Williamson-Bathory, Marcia Crosby, Maria Hupfield, Tania Willard, Tanya Tagaq, Ursula Johnson
- Curated by Maria Hupfield, Tania Willard, Tarah Hogue
Category | 292 ProgramsExhibition
- April 3, 2009 to May 8, 2009
Title: ...as if a forest. "The work is "packaged" in a 10 step set of nonsensical directions generated by a fictional company. The directions explain how to create a sound experience of a forest. I begin the work with a performance in front of an audience on the first day of the show." Dmitry Strakovsky
By Dmitry Strakovsky
- April 11, 2014 to May 17, 2014
10 Years of State of Emergency (État d’Urgence), a multidisciplinary visual exhibition based on a retrospective of works from 1998-2013 during État d’Urgence (State of Emergency), an annual 24-hour, 5-day refugee camp in support of people living homeless and under conditions of poverty.
- December 19, 2017 to December 21, 2017
2167 is a virtual reality project commissioned and produced by TIFF, imagiNATIVE, Pinnguaq, and the Initiative for Indigenous Futures. As part of TIFF's sesquicentennial initiative Canada on Screen, five Indigenous filmmakers and artists - Jeff Barnaby, Danis Goulet, Kent Monkman, Scott Benesiinaabandan, and Postcommodity - were commissioned to create VR projects envisioning Indigenous life 150 years in the future.
By Danis Goulet, Jeff Barnaby, Kent Monkman, Postcommodity, Scott Benesiinaabandan
- June 30, 1987 to July 11, 1987
The show is a collection of Arthur Simmons' rebuilt and customized phones, which take on strange and wonderful personas. Some are built into radios, some into toy trucks, some onto long planks, and one called Don't Hang Up has the receiver cradled in a noose.
By Arthur Simmons
- February 15, 2002 to March 9, 2002
Robert Burke was born and raised in the North West Territories. This is where much of his experience and concepts are drawn from. He refers to himself as an "Aboriginal" because of the two cultures he has experienced through his black military father and Chipewyan mother. His visions are accounts of the timberland and wildlife within the forests where he lived and worked as a logger most of his life. His triptychs are abstracted ideas and thoughts, jumbled together to create a vividly fascinating world of human and animal figures. It was during his early twenties that Robert Burke started his artistic endeavours but then went into logging. It hasn't been until recently that he has taken up the brush again, becoming an emerging artist with a background as colourful as his paintings.
By Robert Burke
- Curated by Daina Warren