Real Camo by Tsēmā Igharas

Artist: Tsēmā IgharasTitle: Real Camo, 2021Archival digital print on Epson Premium Matte paper, 9 x 6 inchesEdition of 20, signed and numbered by the artist Curated by Valerie Frappier Description:This limited edition print is part of a series produced by Critical Distance featuring original artwork by exhibiting artists. ABOUT THE ARTIST: Tsēmā Igharas is an interdisciplinary artist and member of the Tahltan Nation. She uses Potlatch methodology to create conceptual artwork and teachings influenced by her time in the mountains. Tsēmā’s artistic work grapples with the body, her body, as it has witnessed material and metaphysical landscapes changing and continually impacted, shaken and consumed by corporate resource extraction. Her praxis is sparked by strategies of Indigenous resistance to neo-colonization, embodied knowledge and everyday acts ofFind out more

The Girl in the Red Dress by Ebti Nabag

Artist: Ebti Nabag Curator: Liz Ikiriko Genre: Archival digital print on Epson Premium Matte paper, 9 x 6 inches Edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artist Description: This print is the first in a new series of annual editions Critical Distance is launching in 2019. Selected by a different guest curator each time, the annual series continues our tradition of providing publishing opportunities for artists while producing affordable artworks for our audiences. Check out the other Artists’ Editions in the series under CDCC Collections, including limited and varied editions by Maria Flawia Litwin, Deborah Wang, Cathryn Miller, Lyla Rye, Maggie Groat and Jimmy Limit, Susana Reisman, and others. About the Artist: Ebti Nabag received her MFA from the Doc Media program at Ryerson UniversityFind out more

Zebra Copy Card

Digital print on matte cardstock, 4 x 6 in. Edition of 100 Description: Is seeing believing? Playing on the possibilities and implications born of optical illusions, Zebra Copy Card documents the transformation of one animal into another in response to political realities. Produced in conjunction with the exhibition We Look At Animals Because (Critical Distance, January 25-March 25, 2018). In partnership with South Asian Visual Arts Centre (SAVAC), We Look At Animals Because was an exhibition that gazed on animality. Through the lens of spectatorship, the show explored the shifting ways in which animals are regarded, represented and accorded meaning in post-industrial landscapes. Exhibiting photographs, video, works on paper, and sculpture, the featured artists reveal the nuanced, complicated and unexpected paradoxes that mark our relationships with cosmopolitan animals. About the Artist: Khaled Hourani is basedFind out more

Agustine Zegers Limited Edition Print

Artist: Agustine Zegers Curator: Lauren Fournier Title: filthglycerin  Archival print on Epson Premium Lustre paper, 9″ x 6″ Edition of 10 signed and numbered by the artist Description: Produced in conjunction with the exhibition Fermenting Feminism, curated by Lauren Fournier. A signature card is included with the print, suitable for mounting on the back of a frame. Fermenting Feminism is a multidisciplinary project that takes different forms: beginning as a publication in collaboration with Lauren Fournier and the Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology, it has evolved into site-specific exhibitions, installations, and screenings in Toronto, Berlin, Copenhagen, and Kansas City. This exhibition at Critical Distance marks the Canadian launch of this project. The site-specific evolution of Fermenting Feminism instantiates the context-specificity of microbes and fungi, of fermenting bodies, and of feminisms. About the Artist: Agustine Zegers is a ChileanFind out more

Lacie Burning

Artist: Lacie Burning Title: Reflection Series, Untitled Image 4 (CDCC Edition) Genre: Archival digital print on Epson Premium Lustre paper 9 x 6 inches, unframed Edition of 10, signed and numbered by the artist 2018 Description: Produced in conjunction with the exhibition Forward Facing, curated by Cass Gardiner and presented in partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective. An artist info card is included with each print, along with a signature card suitable for mounting on the back of a frame. About the Artist: Lacie Burning is a Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) and Onondaga artist and curator raised on Six Nations of the Grand River located in Southern Ontario. They work in photography, video, installation, and sculpture and are currently studying at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Having comeFind out more