A scraped and dirty smudge of yellow paint on grey concrete, along a straight cut in the concrete down the centre of the image

Carrie Perreault + Eliza Chandler in Conversation

Niagara Artists Centre

Join Carrie Perreault + Eliza Chandler in conversation about Carrie’s current exhibit *period of adjustment* on display in NAC’s Show Room Gallery. The evening will also be marked by a publication launch, with essays by Lucy R. Lippard and Sky Goodden. This period of adjustment poster is a numbered/ signed edition of 500. It can be purchased for $15 in person at the Niagara Artists Centre or sent by post when purchased online through www.carrieperreault.com.

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Carrie Perreault is an artist based in Toronto and New York. Recent exhibitions and projects include SHOW.19, Cambridge Art Galleries, Idea Exchange, curated by Iga Janik (2019); Deathnastics, as part of Gymsick, curated by Hazel Meyer and Lucy Pawlak, Toronto (2018); Hamilton Biennale, Hamilton (2017); Strange Beauty, Tangled Arts + Disability Festival, Toronto (2015); and Little Tremors, Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei (2014). Perreault has participated in residencies at Open Studio, Toronto; The Banff Centre; and Taipei Artist Village.

Eliza Chandler is an Assistant Professor in the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson University. Previous to this role, she was the Artistic Director of Tangled Art + Disability, a disability arts organization in Toronto, Canada. Chandler’s teaching and research bring together disability arts, disability studies, and activism. This includes her co-directorship of Bodies in Translation: Activist Art, Technology, and Access to Life, a SSHRC-funded partnership grant dedicated to the cultivation of disability arts in Canada. Chandler sits on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Arts Council and is a practicing curator.