November 18, 2022
Multimodal Imaginings and the Frictions of Cure in Transplant
Hosted by Tangled Art + Disability
Tangled Art + Disability, 401 Richmond Street, S-122, Toronto, ON, M5V 3A8, Canada
Multimodal Imaginings and the Frictions of Cure in Transplant November 18, 6:30-8:30 PM EST Hybrid online and in person at Tangled Art + Disability
Tangled Art + Disability and the Frictions of Futurity project team invite you to join us for an evening of film, visual art, and multimodal exploration. In this sensory exploration of transplantation, five panelists will take a deep dive into the ways in which practices of filmmaking, visual and multimedia art, scoring, and soundscaping allow us to explore stories of organ transplantation that are otherwise left untold. This salon will focus on the frictions that surround the taken-for-granted notion of transplantation as a curative intervention, interrogating what cure means and for whom.
The Frictions project team will be documenting the salons as part of their research-creation activities and welcome those participating as audience members to contribute their own reflections and impressions as part of a collaborative knowledge mobilization process.
Presenters include Fraser Best, Brian Keeley, Brad Necyk, Jonathan Kawchuk, Aaron Munsen, Mary Bunch, Suze Berkhout, and Kelly Fritsch.
Accessibility: ASL interpretation, wheelchair accessible space, masks required for in person. Active listeners available for in-person. A full content warning, as well as full event information, is available on the event page of Tangled's website.