Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibit
FLOURISHING:
SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED
FLOURISHING: SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED evokes new dynamics of the disabled experience in its attempts to re-world the narratives of non-normative futures of embodiment.
September 7 - October 19, 2018
Upcoming Exhibit
THREE WINDOWS:
FLOURISHING
Aislinn Thomas’ THREE WINDOWS seeks to playfully reclaim domestic space as a site of imagination and possibility. For this exhibition, she creates a video installation from footage taken of three windows in her apartment.
October 11 - October 21, 2018
Upcoming Exhibit
FLOURISHING:
SOMEWHERE WE STAY AUTHENTIC
SOMEWHERE WE STAY AUTHENTIC offers the audience glimpses into the artists’ efforts to navigate potentially overwhelming terrain, negotiating their own versions of landscapes in which they are able to thrive.
November 2 - December 19, 2018
Upcoming Exhibit
MAD ONES:
FLOURISHING
MAD ONES explores the difficult choices that mad folk, particularly mad woman, have faced throughout our lineage of medicalizing anomalous experience.
November, 2018
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Upcoming Exhibitions


A large square image filled with pixelated colours ranging in colour. The colours are randomly placed, making each stand out next to the following image. The colours of the pixels are red, pink, orange, blue and white. The blues range in shades, starting with a dark blue and moving down into an almost white.FLOURISHING: SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED

September 7 – October 19, 2018

As our understandings of disability shift, we must consider how our definitions of the surrounding world must also shift. FLOURISHING: SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED evokes new dynamics of the disabled experience in its attempts to re-world the narratives of non-normative futures of embodiment.

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A photograph of a large window covered by a sheer curtain. The curtain is flowy and white, sticking to the lower part of the window and letting the light from the other side come in. The walls surrounding the window are a soft orange colour, and a small table with miscellaneous items can be seen on the lower left of the image.THREE WINDOWS: FLOURISHING

October 11 – October 21, 2018

Aislinn Thomas’ THREE WINDOWS seeks to playfully reclaim domestic space as a site of imagination and possibility. For this exhibition, she creates a video installation from footage taken of three windows in her apartment. She thinks of windows as thresholds between domestic space and the rest of the world, a site of permeability, exchange and chance.

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A painting of 9 eyes arranged in a grid.

FLOURISHING: SOMEWHERE WE STAY AUTHENTIC

November 2 – December 19, 2018

SOMEWHERE WE STAY AUTHENTIC offers glimpses into efforts to navigate potentially overwhelming terrain, negotiating  versions of landscapes in which we are able to thrive. We can never truly escape our past, but perhaps in looking honestly at who and where we are, we open ourselves up to the potential of creating of what will be.

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A square image of a silhouetted figure on a peach coloured background. The figure sits in the center of the peach coloured circle reaching up with their left hand. They look off into the upper left corner of the image, standing with their back strait. The circle behind them is divided up with the silhouette of branches growing from the bottom of the image and cutting up through the piece.MAD ONES: FLOURISHING

November, 2018

MAD ONES is a new theatrical script written by writer/actor/poet Laura Burke.  Burke was awarded creation and dramaturgy funding from Arts Nova Scotia for the development of a piece under the same name in 2016.

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Past Exhibitions


My Head Lay on a Trusty Word   (April 19 – May 19, 2018)
The Maze Project & A Distant Memory 2   (March 1 – March 24, 2018)
Deaf, what?   (January 18 – February 17, 2018)
Home: Body   (December 7 – December 16, 2017)
Salt of the Earth   (October 26 – November 25, 2017)
Progress is a Spiral Upward (September 7 – October 14, 2017)


For exhibits older than one year, please review our Tangled Archive.