Join MOCA Toronto on September 6, 2023 from 8–10 pm for an exclusive first look at the new exhibitions that make up our Fall 2023 exhibition season. Discover the anti-monumental sculptures of British artist Phyllida Barlow in Eleven Columns, immerse yourself in the work of Liz Magor – one of Canada’s most influential artists – in The Separation and experience a new take on Black joy and strength in Dancing in the Light, a selection of portraiture from The Wedge Collection.
To celebrate Dancing in the Light, DJ and cultural curator Kazeem Kuteyi will play a live set within the exhibition space on Floor 3 of the museum until 9:30 pm. The set will be inspired by a selection of albums from Kenneth Montague’s personal record collection, some of which are on display as part of Dancing in the Light.
As part of the exhibition, Kuteyi has also been commissioned by MOCA to create a Dancing in the Light mix, which will be available online from September.
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About Kazeem Kuteyi
Kazeem Kuteyi is a cultural curator, DJ, editor-in-chief and dot-connector at the center of today’s global youth culture. Kuteyi is best known for founding New Currency, a global youth culture platform that celebrates, documents and exposes groundbreaking ideas from emerging creatives around the world. Kuteyi has contributed to Dazed magazine, Real Review and 032c, and has delivered lectures at the University of Toronto and Royal College of Art, London. In 2021, he was named one of Dazed’s 100 Creatives Making an Impact in their Communities.