the cut, the tear & the remix
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the cut, the tear & the remix: contemporary collage and Black futures
Curated by stylo starr
Opening April 22, 2021
Artists: Emkay Adjei-Manu, Anna Binta Diallo, FEZA, Kofi Oduro, Sonya Mwambu, SPATIAL-ESK, Ghislan Timm, and Yung Yemi
The McMaster Museum of Art in partnership with the Nia Centre for the Arts is pleased to present a virtual group exhibition the cut, the tear, & the remix: contemporary collage and Black futures, curated by Hamilton visual artist and art educator stylo starr.
The virtual exhibition brings together the work of eight contemporary artists who are all deeply engaged in unearthing a future rooted in their individual ancestral connections to the African and Caribbean diaspora through varied interpretations of collage. Artists present their work using “cut & paste” techniques — both analogue and digital — that go beyond traditional tactile paper and photomontage iterations of the medium to include new media such as video, digital art and design.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a printed feature in PITCH magazine, an independently run Black arts publication based in Hamilton. In addition, a series of virtual events will be presented in leading up to opening, including a live coding performance by multidisciplinary artist and creative coder Kofi Oduro (Illestpreacha) on April 7th.
The exhibition will be available on April 22, 2021 via the McMaster Museum of Art Website. Details about visiting the exhibition online to follow.
EVENTS - VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO REGISTER
LiveSpoken: Remixing the World Around Us by Kofi Oduro (Illestpreacha)
A live coding performance by Kofi Oduro (Illestpreacha)
April 7, 2021, 6PM
PITCH Magazine Launch & Analogue Artist Talk
Launch of Issue 2 of PITCH Magazine, and a discussion with artists Ghislan Timm, Emkay Adjei-Manu, FEZA, and Sonya Mwambu, moderated by stylo starr
April 15, 2021, 6PM
Virtual Launch & Digital Artist Talk
A walk through of the virtual exhibition, and a discussion with artists SPATIAL-ESK, Yung Yemi, Kofi Oduro, and Anna Binta Diallo, moderated by stylo starr
April 22, 2021, 6PM