Lee is a Taiwanese-Canadian interdisciplinary media artist, curator, filmmaker, DJ and cultural producer. Their work stimulates and enlivens space, making a provocative statement about how inescapably interconnected we are with our surroundings.
Bhumber is an Indo-Canadian interdisciplinary media artist, composer, performer and educator. Her practice considers the mediation of memory through emerging technologies and how the body reinscribes memory into the present.
Bacchus is a Tkaronto-Guyanese Black Deaf Queer Female, and former Deafolympican. Her new video work, Reflection of ME, shares her experiences of personal trauma within the broader context of a white, patriarchal, colonial society.
Chen is a Chinese American writer and artist creating performances and socially-engaged art. She is currently developing an interactive game about social media censorship and deplatforming sex workers.
Donen is a multidisciplinary artist exploring processes rooted in traditional craft passed down by family. Within her practice, she challenges notions of labour, productivity, and the value of art in relation to craft and women’s work.
As an artist for 50 years, Dragu works in video, installation, digital and analogue publication, and performance. Chambers is a dance artist whose movement-based practice considers choreography as an empathic practice.
Rye is an intersex genderqueer performer who uses acrobatic contemporary moves to tell sentimental stories. When performing, Rye brings full production and seduction, with their edgy mix of drag and burlesque.
Goico is a queer afro-indigenous multidisciplinary artist, educator and self-proclaimed necia. Through their work, she navigates their identity and the spaces where they exist in the Dominican Republic and the United States.
Kim is a Korean Canadian genderfluid interdisciplinary artist. They often work within themes of gender performativity, intergenerational effects of colonialism, memory and emotions. Also known as Skim in drag, they are a part of the House of Rice.
Long is a queer emerging contemporary dance artist and self-taught filmmaker. Captivated by the ideas of childhood memories, her upbringing in the Okanagan has greatly contributed to her fascination with exploring identity and perception of self.
Morgan is a TransLesbian Jewish bookmaker and social practice artist who works primarily with storytelling, translation, diaspora, anti-racism, de-colonialism, queering, cripping, and altogether reimagining the ways we hold space with one another.
Oduro is a creative coder, creative engineer, thinker, poet, and performer based in Montreal. He describes his art practices as “an observation of the world around us that I then put into artworks for others to relate to or disagree with.”
Proof is a queer trans-gender Russian-Jewish poet and media visionary. As an advocate for justice in media, specifically towards imaginations of queerness, Proof has facilitated workshops across North America.
Saragosa enjoys collaboration and interdisciplinary practice, extending the practice to the curatorial and educational, as a grassroots organizer, curator and workshop leader, film and media arts instructor, and mentor.
Shamash’s research-creation practice is committed to decolonial, feminist critique and action. Her artworks comprise a wide variety of formats, such as installation, documentary, photography, sound, performance, and video.