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Screening: Episode 6 of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV

Thursday, June 2, 2022
 | 4:30 pm
 – 6:00 pm 
 | Free

Join The Toronto Biennial of Art (TBA) and MOCA for a special screening of Joar Nango and Ken Are Bongo’s Episode 6 of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV. The screening will be followed by a conversation led by TBA Senior Curator Candice Hopkins and special guests.

For more information, visit TBA’s event page here.

Episode 6 of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV is set in the Don River Valley. The episode continues the series’ variety show format, featuring interviews, by local knowledge holders and those invested in the ravine’s ecosystems, including, Bonnie Devine, Ange Loft, Adrian Blackwell, Amish Morrell, Dayna Danger, among many others, that speak to and document the ravine systems as architecture, as a place of formal and informal building practices, resistance, and refuge. Episode 6 is also centred on how the ravines are a contingent archive of colonialism, gentrification and Indigenous knowledge.

This latest episode of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV is jointly commissioned by AGYU with additional funding from ArtworksTO, Evergreen Public Art Program and TBA.

Courtesy of the artists and AGYU