View this post for a peek at a few upcoming events at the Ryerson Image Centre, including one taking place this evening.
Wednesday, February 24, 6 pm
Join artist Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof for a talk on her exhibition, The Relics of Lumen. Weaving together source material from the RIC’s Black Star Collection of photo-reportage and astronomical photographs from the US government agency NASA, this immersive video installation links the displacement of people to celestial passages through space.
Noon Time Collection Talk
Thursday, February 25, 12 pm
Join Doina Popescu, RIC Founding Director, in the Peter Higdon Research Centre (122 Bond Street, RIC–241) for a discussion on the complexities that arise when institutions, artists and researchers begin to unpack an archive to produce new work. Come to the talk and go home with a copy of our publication, Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection! More…
Wednesday, March 2, 6 pm
Join acclaimed Canadian artist Spring Hurlbut for a talk on her video installation, Airborne. Captured in slow motion, Hurlbut opens the urns of six individuals, including her own beloved father James. The piece explores loss, the process of mourning, the essence of being, and the relationship between the animate and inanimate.
Wednesday, March 9, 6 – 8 pm
Join us for the opening of Christopher Manson: Living with Diabetes in Moose Factory. This long-term photo-documentary project explores the unique challenges faced by diabetics living in the remote Cree community of Moose Factory, Ontario, an island where historical events have led to unusually high rates of the disease. The exhibition is produced with the support of the Toronto Arts Council and Ryerson University Magazine.