Day 2 - Sat Apr 23

4:00pm

Pop Catharsis and the import of history


Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli

Rio Terra Foscarini 999/A. 30123 Venezia

Event Type:

On-site

Mark Igloliorte, Tony Albert, Ayesha Green, Taqralik Partridge, Dayna Danger

About the Artists

Mark Igloliorte
Mark Igloliorte
Mark Igloliorte is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily in painting. He received his BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (2003) and his MFA from Concordia University (2010). His art education has informed his observational and investigative approach to painting, drawing and performance. Further, his works reveal a careful consideration of the... Read more
Tony Albert
Tony Albert
Tony Albert is a politically-minded artist provoked by stereotypical representations of Aboriginal people and the colonial history that attempts to define him, and what Aboriginality is, in the present. Albert has spent the majority of his life in Brisbane, but has strong family connections further north to the Girramay and Kuku Yalanji people of the rainforest... Read more
Ayesha Green
Ayesha Green
Ayesha Green (Kai Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu) is an artist based in Ōtepoti. She graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from Elam in 2013 and completed a Graduate Diploma in Museums and Cultural Heritage in 2016. Recent exhibitions include: Tuia - Southern Encounters, The Hocken Gallery (2019); Elizabeth the First, Millers O’Brien (2019); Living Portraits: Mata... Read more
Taqralik Partridge
Taqralik Partridge
Taqralik Partridge is a writer, spoken word poet and curator originally from Kuujjuaq, NU now living in Kautokeino, Norway. Partridge's writing focuses on both life in the north and in southern urban centres, as well as the experiences of Inuit. She also incorporates throat singing into her live performances. Her performance work has been featured on... Read more
Dayna Danger
Dayna Danger
Dayna Danger (they/them) is a Two-Spirit, Indigiqueer, Métis-Saulteaux-Polish visual artist. Danger was raised in Miiskwaagamiwiziibiing, Treaty 1 territory, or so-called Winnipeg. They are currently based in Tiohtiá:ke/Mōniyāng, or so-called Montreal. Through utilizing the processes of photography, sculpture, performance and video, Danger creates works and environments that question the line between empowerment and objectification by claiming the... Read more