Valentina Scambia

Valentina Scambia was born in Rome (It) in 1982. She attended a catholic school and an international school while in Rome and went on to study painting and sculpture in London (Uk), where she was also the assistant to an independent curator. Influenced by the work of Mimmo Paladino, Merce Cunningham and Brian Eno, she relates […]

Erik Smith

Evolving out of the physical exploring, salvaging and excavating of urban contexts, artist Erik Smith’s (US) recent work seeks to bring to light latent or concealed features of the built environment and give tangible form to the uncanny in revealing things not readily visible but always felt to be present.  Selected solo exhibitions include de Appel Contemporary Arts Centre, Amsterdam NL; Errant Bodies, Berlin […]

Dawn deDeaux

DeDeaux has merged art with new technologies for decades to broaden art and audience engagement.  Early works from the 1970s such as CB Radio Booths were works of mobility that travelled the communication systems and streets of underserved communities.  Mid-career works, including Soul Shadows, were large-scale installations and pioneering immersive, synchronized media environments focused on social […]

Nicole Bachmann

Nicole Bachmann is an artist based in London and Zurich. Her work is currently shown at Manifesta 11, the European Biennale. Her recent shows and performances include Take Two and Take Three, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK (2016), L*, Darling Foundation, Montreal, CA (2016), DOings & kNOTs, Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia (2015), Rhythm of Thought, Whitechapel Gallery, London, […]

G. Bostock

G. Bostock.  Born in Mexico City, currently works between London, Oslo and Mexico City.  The work of G. Bostock is a re-iterant exploration on these wound around the long poem.  The work sways between conceptual writing and critique of language’s conventions.  He is co-founder of Woodnote Editions, a platform for independent publishing.  His work consists […]

Claire Hopkinson

Since her appointment to Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Foundation in 2005, both organizations have experienced significant growth in funding and impact, innovation in strategy and delivery, and greater understanding of their roles in the community. Early in her tenure she developed the direction Creative City Block, Block by Block, an overarching vision to […]

Amish Morell

Amish Morrell is Editor of C Magazine and Director of Programs at C The Visual Art Foundation. He has taught at the University of Toronto Mississauga, York University and at Ryerson University and currently teaches in the graduate Criticism & Curatorial Practice MFA program at OCAD University. He has curated numerous public projects and exhibitions in Atlantic Canada, including The Frontier is Here, Nightwalks […]

Andreas Heusser

Andreas Heusser is an independent conceptual artist and curator, born in 1976 in Zurich. He holds three Master degrees, one for Philosophy, one for Literature, and one for Contemporary Arts Practice (Fine Arts). He currently lives and works in Zurich and Johannesburg. Andreas Heusser became known for large scale projects that bridge the gap between […]

Clyde Wagner

Clyde Wagner is the Executive Producer of the Luminato Festival in Toronto. In 2016, to celebrate it’s 10th edition, the city’s annual arts festival is energized by its plan to turn the massive Hearn generating station into a temporary arts centre. Working with the prestigious international theatre and acoustics consultants Charcoalblue and the adventurous Toronto […]

Yael Brotman

Yael Brotman’s work explores our urge to build and to mimic our environment. She is a proponent of creative play as a way of engaging with and learning about the world through curiosity, failure and problem solving. Brotman’s exhibition history includes international exhibitions at the International Print Centre New York; Central Booking Gallery, NYC; Castellani Art […]