Artists in Conversation: Enacting Identities
A program of:
Conceptions of White and THE COUNTER/SELF
Wednesday, March 8, 2023
Online on Zoom
With speakers Jeremy Bailey, 2Fik, and Stacey Tyrell
The two exhibitions currently presented at the Art Museum—Conceptions of White and THE COUNTER/SELF— explore nuanced perspectives on racialized identities. Working from specific cultural positions, each artist explores the nuances of identity formation and perception, trajectories of research, and new outlooks that have resulted from their investigations. This panel discussion invites artists from both projects to share their insights and discuss the articulation of racial constructs through their distinctive artistic approaches. Moderated by Lillian O’Brien Davis and Mona Filip.
This event is free and is open to the public.
Her images have appeared in shows at the Power Plant, the Scottish National Gallery of Fine Art, The Red Line Museum Colorado, and the Royal Ontario Museum. Her work is part of the Royal Bank of Canada Fine Art Collection and is featured in publications including Canadian Art, Prefix Photo, The Focal Press Companion to the Constructed Image, Lens Culture, and See Me Here: A Survey of Contemporary Self-Portraits from the Caribbean.
Jeremy Bailey is a self-proclaimed “Famous New Media Artist”, podcaster, founder, and design leader. “Since the early noughties Bailey has plowed a compelling, and often hilarious, road through the various developments of digital communications technologies.” (Morgan Quaintance, Rhizome.) His work has been presented widely including solo and group exhibitions at Panke.Gallery in Berlin, Whitechapel Gallery in London, LIMA in Amsterdam and Museums Quartier in Vienna. Commissions include projects for The MCA Chicago, FACT in Liverpool, and The New Museum in New York. Since 2016, Bailey has recorded Goodpoint, an imperfect podcast collaboration with artist Rafael Rozendaal reflecting on a range of topics across art, design, technology, and business.
Title Image: 2Fik, Fanion #6 (Charte), 2019, digital print. Courtesy of the artist.
Page Image (left to right): Stacey Tyrell, 2Fik, and Jeremy Bailey.