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For Catherine

September 14.2022 / December 31.2022

This exhibition of Haudenosaunee souvenir beadworks responds to the history of ethnographic collecting by celebrating personal, economic, and cultural value.

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Homecoming

September 14.2022 / December 31.2022

Curated by Middlebrook Prize recipient Erin Szikora, Homecoming engages land, language, and community, offering strategies to rethink our relationships to home.

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Anahita Norouzi: Planting Displacement

September 14.2022 / December 31.2022

Examining intersections between botanical explorations and colonization, Anahita Norouzi focuses on the plant colloquially referred to as giant hogweed.

An artwork displaying an individual wearing beige coloured clothing while being surrounded by other beige coloured cloths and a curtain in the background.

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Rihab Essayh: أحلم بواحة ناعمة (Je rêve d’une douce oasis | I dream of a soft oasis)

June 29.2022 / August 28.2022

Rihab Essayh’s immersive environments allow for “radical softness”, where showing vulnerability is a political gesture in a society that prioritizes indifference.

Drawing of numerous storage units in snow with a mountain background.

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ᖃᐅᑕᒫᑦ | Qautamaat

May 5.2022 / December 31.2022

In this exhibition, curator Taqralik Partridge offers a vivid picture of the lived patterns and habits that inform expressions of Inuit experience.

Shades of orange going light from the top and darker as it goes down

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Meg Ross: Nearest Neighbour

April 19.2022 / June 19.2022

Scouring photographs for errors, artist Meg Ross enlarges the details, producing images that represent light leaks and scratched emulsion stained to degrees of unfixed-ness.

A textile artwork showing the top half of a woman's face with traditional Inuit tattoos on her cheeks.

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ᑲᔪHᐃᐅᑎHᐃᒪᔭᑦᑲ | Kajuhiutihimajatka (What I’m Carrying On)

April 19.2022 / August 28.2022

This exhibition brings the prints and textiles of Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona into dialogue with those created by her grandmother and great-grandmother.


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