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Ian White, Here Is Information. Mobilise:
Workshop and Book Launch

Ian White, Here Is Information. Mobilise: Workshop and Book Launch
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Workshop with Emma Hedditch and Jacob Korczynski: 4 – 6pm
Book launch: 6:30 – 8pm

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Does the oyster sleep? Reading love and politics

Does the oyster sleep? Reading Love and Politics
Saturday, March 11, 11am - 4pm

Join us on the day after the opening of Does the oyster sleep? for two reading sessions considering the relationship between love and politics.

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The Great Glassies Corporation Performance and Conversation

The Great Glassies Corporation Performance and Conversation
Saturday, February 18, 6pm

Alvis Choi a.k.a. Alvis Parsley will present The Great Glassies Corporation, a performance that speculates on the near future of race and identity.

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Study Session: Touch

Study Session: Touch
Wednesday, February 1, 7pm

Curator Alison Cooley will host a study session that examines touch, materiality, and spatializing critical presence within the gallery.

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Radio Equals

Radio Equals
Saturday, January 21, 3pm; Saturday, February 11, 3pm; Saturday, February 25, 3pm
Radio Equals, initiated by claude wittmann in 2014, consists of one-on-one conversations about equality in as egalitarian a way as possible.

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Reading and Toronto Launch of It’s like hammering into nothing when I speak it

Reading and Toronto Launch of It’s like hammering into nothing when I speak it
Thursday, January 19, 7pm

A reading by k.g. Guttman from It’s like hammering into nothing when I speak it followed by a conversation with curator Alison Cooley.

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Study Session: Rudzienko

Study Session: Rudzienko
Thursday, October 27, 2016, 6:30pm

Responding to our current exhibition of Sharon Lockhart’s film installation, Rudzienko, educator and curator Karyn Sandlos will host a study session thinking through the lens of critical pedagogy, psychoanalysis and ethics.

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No Reading After the Internet, with cheyanne turions

No Reading After the Internet
Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 7pm

Expanding upon Working Conditions’ interrogation of power dynamics, blind spots and measures of success contained in the cultural economies and ecosystems, this salon will investigate invisible structures used to organize time bodies and space.

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Joshua Schwebel and Anne Bertrand in Conversation

Joshua Schwebel and Anne Bertrand in Conversation
Sunday, July 31, 2016, 3pm

In dialogue with the current exhibition, Working Conditions, join artist Joshua Schwebel and ARCA Director Anne Bertrand for a conversation around Schwebel’s contribution to the exhibition and working conditions within artist-run culture.

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The exercise of oppression is more subtle than putting people asleep in front of a television.

The exercise of oppression is more subtle than putting people asleep in front of a television.
Friday, July 22, 2016, 7pm

In conjunction with the exhibition Working Conditions, this film program looks at labour, visibility, and self-determination. Organized by Sam Cotter.

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