Upcoming Exhibition - Winter 2019
Blocked Future Future Blocks
Winter Village, Evergreen Brickworks, Toronto
December 21 + December 22nd.
What is our relationship to waste, remainders, and quickening environmental change? Over the past year, we saved scraps of plastic waste to explore this question. Plastic is a remainder--its life span stretches far beyond its use span. It sits at the landfill; it floats through the ocean. It’s a trace of having been there.
These saved pieces of plastic became two quilts that will slowly fill with water or ice--depending on the temperature. Hanging around us, they assert that we are here in the anthropocene--an era where humans have made an everlasting impact on the earth’s environment and weather patterns. An era tethered to our high levels of consumption and waste that will carry us into the future.
We invite you to contribute to the quilt by writing a note to your future self, and then tucking it into one of the squares where it will freeze and thaw as the weather changes and shifts. What kind of future do you envision for yourself and for your community?
Upcoming Exhibition - Fall 2018
Epistemologies of the Moon. Art Gallery of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. September 13 - December 16, 2018. Group exhibition.
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 7 pm
Artists: Chief Lady Bird, Katherine Boyer, Gillian Dykeman, Maggie Groat, Rekha Lauren Ramachandran, Zoe Schneider
Curated by Lauren Fournier.
Juried winner of the 2018 Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators.
Read more about the exhibition here.
Upcoming Exhibitions - Spring/Summer 2017
Stantec Window Gallery, 401 Wellington Street West, Toronto
June 23, 2017 to September 19, 2017.
Mille Aliments will be up in the Stantec Window Gallery for the summer.
Window is at the corner of Spadina and Wellington, viewable from outside at street level.
Grow Op 2017, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto
April 19-23, 2017
Mille Aliments will be part of Grow Op 2017 at the Gladstone Hotel.
Opening Reception April 21, 2017 at 7:00 pm.
Upcoming Screenings - Fall 2015
Terrain Biennial Screening, Chicago
Saturday, October 10 at 7:00pm
My most recent film, Our Star, the Sun, will be screening in Chicago at the Terrain Biennal.
Reel Asian Film Festival
Sunday, November 8 at 5:30 pm, AGO Jackman Hall, Toronto
A Rose, a Fisheye, and a Line is screening as part of the Reel Asian Film Festival. More information here.
Upcoming Exhibitions - Fall 2015
Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition
Thursday, October 8, 2015 to Sunday, December 6, 2015
Prairie Rhythms is included in the Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition at the Orillia Museum of Art and History in Orillia, Ontario. See more here.
Upcoming Exhibitions and Panels
August 5 - 14, 2014: The Lines that Resonate
Masters Thesis Exhibition
3rd Floor Gallery, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario
May 2 & 3, 2014: Practice Makes Patterns
Group show and panel discussion with artist-scholars Kara Stone and Julia Gingrich at the Interface 2014: Transmediating Culture Conference
Carlton University, Ottawa, Ontario
May 25 - 27th, 2014: Practice Makes Patterns
Group show and panel discussion with artist-scholars Kara Stone and Julia Gingrich at the Annual Conference of Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes.
Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario
March 16, 2014
I Lost/Ai Found, Thinking|Feeling Film and Video Screening
Bento Miso, Toronto, Ontario
May 24 - August 19, 2012: 'Mythmaking' at the Doris McCarthy Gallery Vitrines
Selected images from the series 'Mythmaking' will be exhibited at the Doris McCarthy Gallery Vitrines (University of Toronto, Scarborough) from May 24 to August 19, 2012.
This exhibit is presented by SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre), Toronto, in conjunction with Acting Upon a Needle: Tamil Short Films, which is a survey of short films hailing from the last 5 years of the Toronto Tamil Film Festival. Of the 6 films being screened, all deal with the harsh realities of war and genocide from within South Asia and its diaspora. The screening takes place at the Doris McCarthy Gallery (DMG), University of Toronto Scarborough, Thursday May 24th, 6:30pm.