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Public Lecture Series
With a prankster’s side-eye and stinging critique, Adam Khalil’s work breaks and bends linear time and weaves narrative, documentary, and experimental forms together with humour and unapologetic political inquiry to address the ongoing trauma of colonization. His practice involves multiple collaborations.
A member of the Ojibway Tribe, he is a core contributor to New Red Order, an interdisciplinary “public secret society” that co-produces video, performance, and installation works confronting obstacles to Indigenous growth. He is a co-founder of COUSIN, an Indigenous-led non-profit collective created to provide support for Indigenous artists who expand the moving image through experimentation.
Khalil presents a personally curated collection of past and future work samples to introduce their collaborative process, discuss the necessity and fallacy of political art-making, and more.
Monday, March 14, 2022, 16:00-18:00 – Media School Meeting Room (2nd Floor, Italian Stairs)
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