Constellations: Racial myths, land, and labour

September 21 - December 15, 2024

Curated by Su-Ying Lee Carl Beam, David Blandy, Andrea Chung, Aria Dean, Inyang Essien, Andil Gosine, Deborah Jack, Dinh Q. Lê, Candice Lin, Daniela Ortiz, Bo Wang & Pan Lu, Chanell Stone, Hank Willis Thomas, Jeff Thomas, Carrie Mae Weems,

Levin Ifko: Tender To The Flame

June 17 - October 20, 2024

At a time of heightened rhetoric against healthcare access for trans youth, Levin Ifko’s installation highlights expanded notions of what queer & trans healthcare can be, & how our connections with one another can pose a radical shift in how we choose to care for ourselves & those around us.

Bridge Space: Tap, Tap & Unwrap

February 15 - June 16, 2024

“Tap, Tap & Unwrap” is an exhibition of videos made by youth from a workshop series which was led by Juan Ortiz-Apuy, where they experimented with the viral trends of ASMR and unboxing.

Deanna Bowen: Black Drones in the Hive

May 25 - August 25, 2024

For more than twenty years, Deanna Bowen’s practice has evolved from its roots in experimental documentary video into a complex mapping of power as seen in public and private archives.

Juan Ortiz-Apuy: Tropicana

January 20 - April 28, 2024

This youth exhibition, specially designed for kids and teenagers aged 6 to 14, casts a critical eye on modern consumer society and advertising aimed at children, which often features animals, colours, sounds, and shapes designed to appeal to them.

Lucia Hierro: Corotos y Ajuares

January 20 - April 28, 2024

Lucia Hierro is a Dominican American conceptual artist born and raised in NYC, Washington Heights/Inwood, and currently based in the South Bronx. Lucia’s practice, which includes sculpture, digital media and installation, confronts 21st century capitalism through an intersectional lens.

Leonard Suryajaya: Parting Gift for Quarantine Blues

January 20 - April 28, 2024

Leonard Suryajaya  uses his work to test the boundaries of intimacy, community and family. He uses photography, video, performance and installation to show how the everyday is layered with histories, meanings and potential.

Wei Li: Skinbound

February 9 - June 9, 2024

Project Space

Li draws from her personal experiences as an artist within the Chinese diaspora as a foundational element of these works. These surrealist objects also offer a challenge to our relationship with the familiar material world and the cultural narratives and expectations embedded within it.

Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky: Edelweiss

January 20 - April 28, 2024

A black shed is gradually filled with lanterns made by the artists throughout the exhibition. Appearing as luminous versions of everyday objects, these lanterns represent belongings found in the artists’ childhood home on Calgary’s Edelweiss Road, in which their parents still reside.

Angeline Simon: take more

October 23, 2023 - February 4, 2024

Project Space

Angeline Simon’s artistic practice considers her family’s diasporic experience, and the capacity of food and other everyday items to serve as conduits to her ancestral past. Continues until 4 February 2024.