Aislinn Thomas is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes video, performance, installation and text-based work. She culls material from everyday experiences and relationships, exploring themes of vulnerability, empathy, possibility and failure.Find out more
Sean Lee is an artist and curator exploring the notion of disability art as the last avant-garde. Orienting towards a “crip horizon”, he is interested in the transformative possibilities of crip community building and accessible curatorial practices that desire the ways disability can disrupt.
Sean holds a B.A. in Arts Management and Studio from the University of Toronto, Scarborough and is currently the Director of Programming at Tangled Art + Disability. He also is a member of the Ontario Art Council’s Deaf and Disability Advisory Group and Toronto Art Council’s Visual Arts / Media Arts Committee.Find out more
Eric Chengyang is a Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist of Chinese-Canadian background. They works in the hybrid of traditional, digital, and ephemeral mediums: including painting, photography, time-based media, installation, and design. By integrating research with experimental, hybrid art forms, Eric explores themes of symbiotic duality and paradox. In particular, their recent works examine the intersections and proximity between the East and the West, while challenging the conventional notion of the West versus the East or the East-West dichotomy.Find out more
naakita feldman-kiss (they/she) is a queer artist of mixed heritage who lives and works in Tio’Tia:Ke / Montreal, QC. Their practice examines changing landscapes, contemporary applications of oral transmission, and intergenerational memory as forms of inheritance and legacy.Find out more