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Uprooted; A Multimedia Presentation and Artist Talk

March 1, 2017

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Studio 223A (223A Augusta Ave)

Wednesday March 1st, 2017

7-9 pm

Studio 223A (223A Augusta Ave)

What occurs when we find ourselves in between worlds?

Uprooted brings together the work of Liz Ikiriko, Zinnia Naqvi and Diana Yoo in a multimedia presentation and artist talk that explores the role of experimental film and photography in documenting the personal and collective journey of returning home and revisiting one’s past. The artists will alternate in sharing curated selections of their work, followed by a casual conversation on uprooting memories, shifting and strengthening family identities and reimagining boundaries.

About the Pendulum Project:

The Pendulum Project is a grassroots organization with a mission to highlight emerging Toronto artists and build community through art + conversation.

This program accompanies the exhibition, Blood Ties, part of Myseum of Toronto Intersections 2017, an annual festival of exhibits exploring different perspectives on the city’s natural, cultural, and historical diversity.
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