Morris Lum is a Trinidadian born photographer/artist whose work explores the hybrid nature of the Chinese-Canadian community through photography, form and documentary practices. His work also examines the ways in which Chinese history is represented in the media and archival material. Morris’ work has been exhibited and screened across Canada and United States.
Image Caption: Remembering the Forestview Documentation, Billboard: Spadina Ave and Sullivan St. Toronto ON, 2021
PUBLIC ART EXHIBITION: Place SettingsJune 18, 2021 - August 15, 2021
Place Settings is a large-scale, durational project that considers how food functions to connect and disrupt. Focusing specifically on the intersections of food, public space, and architecture, Place Settings points to formal and informal structures that offer forms of nourishment, be they physical, emotional, social, or political.Find out more