Take Action for Bangladeshi garment workers. www.actionFAST.org. Sign the petition and come to the launch!
Link to article about the exhibition in the Dhaka Tribune: http://www.dhakatribune.com/weekend/2015/dec/31/art-purpose#sthash.GNkxxUh3.gbpl&st_refDomain=www.facebook.
Research project involving 27 women to talk about an art project supporting garment workers in Bangladesh
Four banners, a wooden “book”, and a text panel, in the Fire Department’s administrative offices, Lawrence and Weston Road, Toronto.
Photographic collages in the computer room of Syme Woolner Neighbourhood Association, Toronto.
Map of parts of the world where small business owners on Oakwood Avenue came from. At the Oakwood Village Library.
Commissioned by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, intended as a “communicative art project”–i.e. no art object produced.
Collaborative installations with local artists and politicians at the Municipal Art Centre of Clarington, Ontario.
Portraits in tripllcate (drawings, paintings, videos) of 79 people in my life.
300 ties, 18 gold bowls, 6 singers. All night performance for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.
Collaboration with Reverend Brent Hawkes for the Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Association.
Installation at Maclaren Art Centre in Barrie, Ontario, of works inspired by the Russian Revolution.