• Emelie Chhangur is a Toronto-based artist, cultural worker, and curator. Maintaining a process-based, collaborative approach to working with artists, her recent curatorial research and practice finds its relevant context in Latin America....
  • SoJin Chun is a visual artist and photographer based in Toronto. Chun’s work demonstrates her multi-layered cultural perspective often dealing with issues of identity, place and the everyday. Through her photography, Chun narrates stories...
  • Utilizing her Euro-Canadian and Mohawk ancestries as a point of departure, Hannah Claus creates ephemeral installations that are intended to subtly provoke a re-thinking of boundaries and borders of cultural, personal and historical...
  • Sébastien Cliche is a multidisciplinary artist employing photography, text and sound. As a curator he is interested in the links between disciplines; the sharing of vocabularies and the creative process. Please visit this website for more...
  • Rebecca Clouâtre’s hand-cut paper collages aim to encourage viewers to contemplate the intricacies of nature and our complex relationships with it. The importance of human connection, the breaking down of hierarchies, and a focus on a...
  • Rebecca Clouâtre’s hand-cut paper collages aim to encourage viewers to contemplate the intricacies of nature and our complex relationships with it. The importance of human connection, the breaking down of hierarchies, and a focus on a...
  • Born in Belgium, Cecile Combien has been living in Canada since 1971. She studied Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa.
  • • Me Ma Mo, 2014 The choir is singing Mi Ma Mo with their arms up. The bird is singing with a tulip on its head. They feel good when they sing. I’m in a choir and I like to sing. Bright colours make me feel good. Elizabeth...
  • www.g101.ca/exhibits/transcontinental-divide

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