Thirza Cuthand

Thirza Cuthand makes short experimental videos and films about sexuality, madness, Queer identity, love, and Indigeneity.

Bidemi Oloyede

Esery Mondesir

Haitian-born, Toronto-based Esery Mondesir’s films draw from collective memory, official archives, vernacular records, and the everyday to explore migration
and exile.

Walter Scott

Through auto-biographical elements, Walter Scott navigates the slippery states between the fiction and reality of being the artist.

Andy Fabo

Acclaimed artist, art critic, curator and art educator Andy Fabo conveys politics through allegorical drawings.

Sameer Farooq

Sameer Farooq's work questions the value bias in collecting, investigates the challenge of representing ephemera, and manifestes the invisible presence of the archivist.

Julie Voyce

Julie Voyce loves to paint, make toys, draw, put together decorations, assemble small books, print, make occasional pieces of jewelry and embroider.

Katherine Takpannie

Katherine Takpannie showcases the urban Inuk perspective of a western world through the eyes of her camera lens.

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