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ANCESTRAL MINDSCAPES
Ancestral Mindscapes is an autobiographical collaboration using video, sound and photography to explore the intersection of Madness, Indigeneity, colonialism, environmental destruction and the healing power of nature. Ancestral Mindscapes is a collaboration between Rick Miller, Jules Koostachin, and Geneviève Thibault.
September 13 – October 25, 2019
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CURRENT EXHIBIT

ANCESTRAL MINDSCAPES

September 13 – October 25, 2019

Ancestral Mindscapes is an autobiographical collaboration using video, sound and photography to explore the intersection of Madness, Indigeneity, colonialism, environmental destruction and the healing power of nature. Ancestral Mindscapes is a collaboration between Rick Miller, Jules Koostachin, and Geneviève Thibault. Read More About Ancestral Mindscapes

 

 

(The Body Farm says, “MAYDAY! MAYDAY! MAYDAY!”): A pink monster plucks a white-hot Panic Orb straight out of the middle of your brain. This monster, with his two pronged Peen-head, immediately sensed your reptilian reflexes activating—almost as immediately as your body flushed with fear in the first place. He says that he hears you singing, “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY,” everyday, and that –today- he will help you sing until your throat is hoarse and the fear stops firing, as it always does eventually.
UPCOMING EXHIBIT

BODY FARM

November 8 – December 20, 2019

Is that a mushroom, or his “peen”? Is that a pile of leaves or a pile of bones? Is that the “trunk” of the body? Valentin Brown queers the human body by combining it with forms from nature to create what he calls “soft body horror”—a mythology of monsters that describe his story.

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events


Cousins at Cap Bon Ami - two shadows in sand
UPCOMING EVENTS

ANCESTRAL MINDSCAPES ARTIST TALK

October 12, 2019

Join Rick Miller and Jules Koostachin as they discuss Ancestral Mindscapes. Their collaborative exhibition using video, sound and photography to explore the intersection of Madness, Indigeneity, colonialism, environmental destruction and the healing power of nature. Read More About The Artist Talk

 

 

 


documents


DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

CRIPPING THE ARTS ACCESS GUIDE

This Access Guide is for people coming to Cripping the Arts on January 24th, 25th and 26th. Inside, you will find information about the space in which the symposium will be held and about other things you might want to know before coming to the event. Read and download the Access Guide 

Black text on a yellow background, Cripping the Arts. Program
DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

CRIPPING THE ARTS PROGRAM

We are so happy to have you here at the second Cripping the Arts at Harbourfront Centre. We are gathered here as people who share in a belief that Deaf, Disability, and Mad arts and activism change not only how we understand difference, but how we create and experience arts and culture as well. Read and download the Program


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