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LAUNCH PARTY: Points of Access
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Saturday, November 10, 2012
United Steelworkers Hall
LAUNCH PARTY: Featuring “Relationship Building” by Eshan Rafi November 10, 8pm-1am — Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St No cover, cheap drinks — DJ Zehra and Chantellle Venue and washrooms fully accessible. Gender neutral washrooms will be available. Relationship Building, by Eshan Rafi looks at the creative process of building relationships at the intersections of queer and racialized activist communities. On a broader scale, it explores relationship building as a strategy that counters fragmentary, uniform and divisive institutions and systems. Closer to home, it celebrates the important work we do everyday of building and sustaining relationships. The process of building is closed to the public but the outcome will be on view for all at the launch party. MORE ON THE PROJECT: http://eshanrafi.tumblr.com/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/events/537051666309702/?fref=ts POINT OF ACCESS November 10th-29th A series of off-site projects dealing with relationships of inclusion, participation, and permeability. Projects by: Eshan Rafi David Yu Erica Brisson Tamara Platiša & Saša Rajšić Presented by Whippersnapper Gallery. Curated by Maggie Flynn www.whippersnapper.ca Getting to the point... To talk about accessibility is to acknowledge who is being included, and who is being left out. The Points of Access series looks critically at different understandings of accessibility. Artists Erica Brisson, David Yu, Eshan Rafi, Tamara Platiša and Saša Rajšić create scenarios in which viewers and/or participants animate relationships of inclusion/exclusion, participation, and permeability. Through these relationships, the artworks in the series address the idea of “access” in relation to political borders, queer and racialized communities, civil discourse, and public space.
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