As part of the exhibition Little Egypt Doesn't Dance Here Anymore, articule is pleased to present an artist talk with Nahed Mansour (Toronto).
Nahed Mansour is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist and curator. Working in video, installation and performance, her works typically draw on visual archives to highlight the relationship between entertainment, labour and processes of racialization and gendering. In using found images and found footage in her work, Mansour seeks to draw attention to the reproduction of social hierarchies by means of seemingly innocent forms of entertainment.
Free and open to all.
The discussion will take place in English with whispered French translation available.
articule's gallery is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp at the entrance of the building. The bathroom is partially accessible to persons using a wheelchair; please also note there is only one support bar.