Curator of Remote Preparation, as part of the Curatorial Incubator v. 15, What the F**K?!: Video in the Age of Sublime Uncertainty, VTape, Toronto, ON (December 1, 2019), guest mentored by Jennifer Fisher and Jim Drobnick. The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication. For more information, visit www.vtape.org.
Image credit: Mary, by Kent Monkman (2011)
SATURDAY, DEC. 1ST
1-3pm: Almudena Escobar López, Just Leave Me Alone
Featuring videos by Larissa Sansour, Cheryl Rondeau, Serena Lee, Marnie Parrell, Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby, Mary Kunuk, Nahed Mansour, and belit sağ.
3-5pm: Masaki Kondo, Medi(t)ating the Temporality of the Untimely
Featuring videos by Terra Jean Long, Isabelle Hayeur, Katherine Jerkovic, Lisa Birke, Carolyn Doucette, Isabell Spengler and Daniel Adams.
Jennifer Fisher and Jim Drobnick form the curatorial collaborative DisplayCult, an organization for creative and interdisciplinary projects in the visual arts. They edit the Journal of Curatorial Studies. Fisher teaches at York University, Drobnick at OCAD University. www.displaycult.com
Vtape is Canada’s leading artist-run, not-for-profit distributor of video art. Its extensive and diverse collection features works from the early 1970s to the present. Vtape makes this collection accessible to curators and programmers, educators, scholars and public audiences worldwide. In addition to providing a distribution framework for established and emerging artists, Vtape is committed to establishing video art preservation and exhibition standards, and strives to support hybrid practices in an increasingly complex technical milieu.
Vtape is Canada’s leading artist-run, not-for-profit distributor of video art. Featuring more than 1,000 artists and over 5,000 titles, Vtape’s diverse collection includes works from the early 1970s to the present.