Bonerkill Talking Out Loud Salon Series At Xpace Cultural Centre

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Bonerkill Talking Out Loud Salon Series: What would the community think?
Saturday, October 1, 2pm

How can we contribute to thoughtful and courageous conversations about the changing city and anti-oppressive place-making? This salon complements Xpace’s current Main Space exhibition, What would the community think? curated by Emily Gove.

Join us for our Bonerkill Salon, featuring an intersectional dialogue concerning the positionality of the creative practitioner’s citizenry role in the process of urban renewal. Participate in our conversation about issues of gentrification, social change and the complicit role of the artist as a change agent. This salon features feminist practitioners: Kiera Boult, Jay Pitter, Dyan Marie, and Christina Zeidler.

Image: Yan Wen Chang with Bonerkill, 99 Sudbury, mixed media on canvas, 2016

Established in 2013, Bonerkill is an intergenerational / intersectional, 10-member feminist-identified art collective with occasional guest artists, focused on collaborative art-making and transdisciplinary exchange. Crisscrossing public pedagogy, intersectionality and contemporary art; Bonerkill works through social practice, socially engaged art, as well as installation, performance and publishing as a catalyst for social change. Bonerkill is: Kiera Boult, Marilyn Fernandes, Ananda Gabo, Ana Guerra, Ashlee Harper, Shaista Latif, Sylvia Limbana, Pamila Matharu, Sofy Mesa and Annie Wong.

Accessibility info: Xpace’s entrance is at street level with no steps. The galleries, office and gender neutral washrooms are all located on the 1st floor. Service animals may accompany visitors at any time. Lighting and fragrance vary per exhibition/event; please contact us if you have any questions regarding these items.

Xpace Cultural Centre sits on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, the Métis, and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.
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By: Xpace Cultural Centre