To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive
Curated by Cara Tierney and Anna Shah Hoque
16 September – *12 December 2020 (*Extended to March 2021)
The development of my first book ‘Transphoria’ has taken a dynamic shift into the realm of the visual arts and will appear alongside such amazing artist’s works as Howard Adler, Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, Rj Jones and many more at the Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG) this fall.
To Be Continued features the work of Barry Ace, Howard Adler, Aymara Alvarado Sanchez, Pansee Atta, Rosalie Favell, Ashley Grenstone, RJ Jones, Don Kwan, Ed Kwan (AKA China Doll), Kole Peplinskie, Adrienne Row-Smith, as well as the community group Pride Is Political and the hub that is Shanghai Restaurant.
To Be Continued is amplified by a dynamic series of public discussions and events. The exhibition and public programs together generate and disseminate new artworks, new stories and new histories. For co-curators Cara Tierney and Anna Shah Hoque, as for the artists, this work is always in progress.
CUAG acknowledges with sincere gratitude the support of the Stonecroft Foundation for the Arts, which promotes education in the visual arts and fosters the public’s appreciation of the visual arts.
Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG): http://www.cuag.ca/index.php/exhibitions/upcoming/
Bourses Tontine Awards: https://www.boursestontineawards.org/
Stay tuned for further details the in-person/online official opening of ‘To Be Continued: Troubling The Queer Archive’. Thank you Cara and Anna for this amazing opportunity!