HEAT (a work-in-progress) by Aisha Sasha John

Saturday / Apr 13 / 19
10:00 pm

The Costume House
165 Geary Avenue, Toronto
Aisha Sasha John


HEAT (a work-in-progress)
by Aisha Sasha John

Date: April 13, 2019
Time: 10:00PM
Venue: The Costume House, 165 Geary Ave

This program is produced in partnership with Necessary Angel Theatre Company
Curated by Sarah-Tai Black for Images Festival

Co-presented with FADO Performance Art Centre, SummerWorks, Necessary Angel and The Costume House

And in the warmness of the fire I feel fine.
~Aisha Sasha John

Aisha Sasha John’s medium is energy. Her solo dance show the aisha of is premiered at the Whitney museum in 2017; in 2018 it was presented by the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) and Toronto’s 2018 SummerWorks festival. Her book of poetry entitled, I have to live. (McClelland & Stewart) was a finalist for the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize. 

For more info: www.imagesfestival.com/program/heat
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/314364325946740/

TICKETS: $10–$15
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The Images Festival is one of the most enduring and respected platforms in the world for the exhibition and dissemination of independent film and media art. The festival takes place annually in Toronto, Ontario, and has been attended by more than 25,000 people each year. The 2019 edition will take place from April 11–18, 2019 and will include approximately 16 in-cinema programs, 14 gallery exhibitions, 10 public program events, and five live performances. Images has spent the last 31 years presenting media works that range from the formally and aesthetically challenging, to the personal and lyrical and is committed to cultivating a passionate arts community who see moving image culture as a means or understanding our contemporary context.

April 11–18, 2019

Image: Photo by Yuula Benivolski


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