The Rootless Man by Iwan Wojono
In The Rootless Man, the artist considers the commodification of culture and the destruction of nature, using a remote-controlled toy dump truck filled with earth.
International Visiting Artists: Mimi Nakajima & Shin-Ichi Arai
These performances are the Toronto premieres of Japanese artists Mimi Nakajima and Shin-Ichi Arai.
Disposition by Adina Bar-On
This ambulatory performance work speaks to the concept of viewpoint, using local geography, history and culture to influence the shape of the artist’s shared journey with the audience.
Talking to my Horse by Archer Pechawis
Talking to my Horse is a meditation on two images: a wire service photo of American soldiers on horseback in Afghanistan, and a scene from Thomas Berger’s book, Little Big Man.
A Gathering for Her by Reona Brass
In A Gathering for Her, Brass makes preparations to be bound into a reconstructed ‘cradleboard’, a rite of passage denied her by a broken history.
We Love Dada for Today by Wladyslaw Kazmierczak & Ewa Rybska
A commentary on the human condition in an imperfect and fragmenting society through a dense layering of art historical references with the languages of advertising and electronic media.