One Saturday each month, CAG invites a guest host to lead walkthroughs of our current exhibitions, offering their insights and response to the works on view. In June, we welcome Karice Mitchell to speak on the work of Dionne Lee.
ASL interpretation is available on request. Requests can be accommodated up to 5 days in advance. Please contact email@example.com to book or for more information.
No advance registration required.
Karice Mitchell (b. 1996, Toronto) is a photo-based installation artist whose practice uses found imagery and digital manipulation to engage with issues relating to the representation of the Black female body in pornography and popular culture. Her work seeks to re-contextualize pre-existing images to reimagine the possibilities for Black womanhood and sexuality detached from the white gaze and patriarchy. She received her BFA at York University in 2019 and her MFA at the University of Waterloo in June 2021. She resides on the unceded and traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. She is a full-time lecturer at the University of British Columbia Vancouver campus.