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Colectivo Toronto is co-presenting
Join us for a talk by our 2018 International Artist in Residence, Julian Gallese.

Thursday, May 31, 2018
7pm @ TAIS, 1411 Dufferin St. Unit B
Reception to follow

Over the course of a month in studio, Julian has produced a 360 immersive animation with the working title "Banana Bread". Created in his style of 2D classical animation, Julian will present this new work as a part of his talk, alongside a few other pieces from his portfolio of work.

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CineCycle - Friday, May 4th
CineCycle, in the old coach house down the lane behind 129 Spadina Avenue, 
on the East side between Richmond St. West and Adelaide St. West, Toronto.
Doors Open at 7:30pm
Screening at 8:00pm
PWYC - Suggested Donation $5

Even if my hands were full of truths a first Toronto Retrospective of Films by Francisca Duran

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In the Kingdom of Shadows - 6:00' - digital
Mr. Edison’s Ear - 32:00’- digital 


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Retrato Oficial 1 - 1:00' - 16mm
Retrato Oficial 2 - 4:10' - digital
Even if my hands were full of truths - 7:20' - digital
New Work -  digital

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"She arrived in Canada on the first plane of refugees after the CIA-backed assassination of Chile’s democratically elected Salvador Allende. This primal wound and displacement lies at the heart of Duran’s making, whether it means lifting a camera to see a rainy street, a mountain or the face of her young boy as if she’d never seen before, or taking aim at the dictator who ruled Chile in the years of her maturity. Roughly speaking, her work may be divided into three central areas of interest, the first is an extension of the home movie, looking at the birth of her first born, or her own childhood. The second looks at Chile under the rule of Pinochet’s dictatorship. While the third is more broadly interested in questions of the archive and historical records and technologies. Hegel wrote: History is what man does with death. But there is a last flicker before the end, call it magic hour, the epitaph, the closing song, and the fragile beauty of this passing draws this artist toward it again and again. ”
Franci Duran: Poetry of Exile by Mike Hoolboom

Francisca Duran is an experimental media artist based in Toronto, Canada. Born in Santiago, Chile in 1967, Duran came to Canada as a refugee following the 1973 military coup that ousted elected president Salvador Allende. This event – the experience of exile and its reckoning – is integral to her artistic practice. Duran’s moving image work takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues through the aperture of the archive, both familial and public. Combining digital and analogue media, her work explores the intersection points of memory, history, politics and technology. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in numerous film festivals, and group screenings, including HotDocs, DOK Leipzig, London International Film Festival, Images Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and the John Hansard Gallery and Ben Russell Gallery. Her practice has been supported by research and production grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Toronto Arts Council.

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Duran holds an MFA in Film Production from York University and a BAH from Queen’s University, and continues her professional development at artist-run centres such as the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT), Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) and Gallery 44. In addition to her art practice, Duran has worked as a graphic designer, as adjunct university and college faculty, and as an arts administrator.

Supported by Ontario Arts Council -Media Arts Section- Project Grants to Media Arts Organizations, Groups and Collectives.
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Colectivo Toronto is a member of Media Arts Network of Ontario / Réseau des Arts Médiatiques de l’Ontario -

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In a Present Distance ­ A First Retrospective of films by Tracy German

Friday, November 17th, 2017 - 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm)
CineCycle, 129 Spadina Ave. Toronto
Free event - PWYC - Suggested Donation $6

Tracy German is a Toronto based Indigenous filmmaker, artist and educator. Over the past twenty years Tracy has created a variety of film, video and mixed media works. In 2006, Tracy German completed the acclaimed “In A Present Distance…” a 27min. experimental video, made over eight‐years from 16mm and super 8mm collected images. It is a mesmerizing portrait of motherhood framed around a train trip to Quebec City, in which fragments of a woman’s life emerge and speak subtly and sublimely to the journey of life: of grieving and loss, of happiness and sadness as well as the joyful and reverent gestures of living. As well Tracy German has completed eight short 16mm experimental films and videos the most notable of these – “A Private Patch Of Blue” (1998), exhibited at over 40 film festivals, winning the Dunn Hayes Memorial award at the Onion City film festival in Chicago 1998.

Her work is often situated within the “Escarpment School” an approach to filmmaking that at it’s core has a deep “desire for understanding through physical exploration and encounter with landscape…with critical self-reflection and patient, poetic lensing …in a diary or travelogue format... the filtering of documentary material through individual experience, the looming presence of (North) America, and a process-based, formalist approach to nonfiction.” 1

Tracy German holds an M.F.A. from York University in film production and a Media Arts diploma from Sheridan College where she teaches p/t in the BFTV program. Tracy German is also the show runner (Producer/Director/Writer) for Wild Archaeology a 13x30 min. documentary tv series on APTN that tells the deep history of Indigenous inhabitation of the Canadian continent, now in it’s second season of production (CMF/APTN).

1 - Excerpt from Brett Kashmere’s curator’s notes: “The Road Ended at the Beach, and Other Legends: Parsing the "Escarpment School" November 2010 through to May 2011.

· The Way I Feel - 03:00’ ‐ 16mm, colour, sound
· A Private Patch of Blue ‐ 13:00’ ‐ 16mm, colour, sound
· Scheme ‐ 01:30’ ‐ video, colour, sound
· In a Present Distance - 27:00’ ‐ video (16mm, Super 8, colour, b&w,) sound
· Inarya ‐ 10:00’ ‐ 16mm, colour, sound
· I Smiled Too ‐ 03:00’ ‐ 16mm, colour, sound
· New Work - 10:00’ ‐ 16mm & Video, colour, sound

CineCycle, in the old coach house down the lane behind 129 Spadina Avenue, on the East side between Richmond St. West and Adelaide St.

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a Panel Discussion on Indigenous Collectives
June 11, 2017
5:00 pm
CineCycle | 129 Spadina Avenue


Thursday April 27 2017, 1:00PM FREE
The Commons (401 Richmond, 4 th flr)
Roundtable on the Art of Collectivity
For over 40 years, media art collectives have shaped the foundation of our organizations, from production centres to festivals and galleries. Looking back while looking ahead, members of both production and presentation-based media art collectives come together for an afternoon of sharing and conversation.

Collectives represented include: Iris Film Collective, Loop Collective, 4:3 Collective, ITWÉ, Pleasure Dome, re:assemblage, NIMAC, Available Light, Double Negative, Colectivo Toronto, and more.


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Saturday, March 11th, 2017 - 8:00pm
CineCycle, 129 Spadina Ave. Toronto PWY

IZABELLA PRUSKA-OLDENHOF is a Toronto-based experimental filmmaker and scholar. She is a graduate of Media Arts at Ryerson University (BAA) and Communication and Culture at York University (MA) and (PhD). Izabella’s film and video projects have screened in numerous group programs at international film festivals, cinematheques, galleries and art centres in Canada and abroad.
Solo screenings of her works have been presented at the Diagonal Film Archive, Festival des Cinéma Différent and at Canadian Film Institute: CAFÉ eX in Ottawa. She is the co-founder and an active member of the Toronto-based experimental film collective, the Loop Collective.

KELLY EGAN is a Toronto-based filmmaker, animated sound composer, scholar and archivist. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Carleton University, Master of Arts in Communication and Culture from York/ Ryerson University, Master of Fine Arts in Film/Video from Bard College, a Certificate in Film Preservation from the Selznick School of Film Preservation at George Eastman House and a PhD in Communication and Culture from the York/Ryerson Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture. Her films have been screened internationally at renowned festivals like the Rotterdam International Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, Images Festival, and the New York Film Festival, amongst others.

To be screened in sections, with discussion interwoven between.

Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof / Light Magic / 3min / 16mm / Colour /Sound / 2001
Light Magic” uses one of the earliest photographic processes, discovered at the birth of the photographic medium: the photogram. This technique combines science and art in order to record the process of transformation. Images created through this technique are traces of light that pass through each object, leaving their mark on the film surface. Photograms bring both the maker and the viewer closer to the object, thus revealing its essence - that neither the naked eye nor the camera lens could see. Sound for this film was composed by Greg Boa.

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“Light Magic” was one of the fifteen films commissioned by the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. The subject and the aesthetic of this film are a response to the statement “Self & Celluloid: The Future.”

Kelly Egan / finger petals / 4minutes / 16mm / Colour / Sound / 2002
Egan’s first film and her first experiment in translating written text/language into an aural object. finger petals is a handmade cameraless film which uses collage techniques to sculpt the images and sound. The visual composition was made by meticulously cutting, shaping and collaging flowers onto the filmstrip. The sound treatment is created by pasting e.e. cummings’ poem “somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond,” the letters themselves forming the audio as their graphic shape is translated into sound.

Kelly Egan / Bodies of Knowledge / 5.5min / 16mm / Colour / Sound / 2003
Egan’s first (and one of very few) shot film. Bodies Of Knowledge bears a loose metrical form; its textured sepia-toned imagery of nudes is accompanied by percussive sound created by the collage of names placed directly onto the optical soundtrack area. The film explores the ability of the camera to capture the personal relationship between filmmaker and different subjects.

Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof /her carnal longings / 8.5 min / 16mm /Colour / Sound / 2003
“her carnal longings” is a meditation on physicality of the human body and of the film medium at a time when the futures of both are in question. Using the “emulsion lift” technique on 16mm film, sections of emulsion were lifted off, torn up or smudged, and then re-adhered. In combination with digital video technology, the filmmaker creates an intricate analogue/digital weave which explores both the body’s and the film’s surface. The film emulsion wrinkles, rips and dissolves - reminding us that it, like human flesh, is fragile and perishable. Colin Clark composed the music for this film. Colin relied on percussive approach in his composition to convey the idea of touching and proximity.

Kelly Egan / c: won eyed jail / 4.5 min / 35mm / Colour / Sound / 2005
c: won eyed jail explores experimental narratives and structural form by considering the potential of a “feminine narrative forms” through the constriuction of the film as a quilt. Like a quilt, this film is created by collecting and re-presenting found materials, editing based on colour and form as if the filmstrips (35mm motion picture positive, 35mm still negative and 16mm motion picture positive) were different fabrics. The result is almost like a collage unfolding and accumulating in real time before your very eyes.

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Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof / Fugitive L(i)ght / 9 min / 16mm / colour / Sound / 2005
This film explores the morph-like quality of the Serpentine Dance and its intricate play on the visible and the invisible, which extends to the larger context and legacy its originator, the American-born Loïe Fuller. “fugitive l(i)ght” is composed of reworked found footage, originally captured by Thomas Edison and the Lumiére brothers, of various renditions and imitations of Fuller's Serpentine performances, where glimmers of her presence slip into the film by means of the artist's absence; both Fuller's and my momentary suspensions through my use of chance operation. The music for this film was composed by Toronto based composer Colin Clark who reworked various LP recordings of Wagner’s “Die Walküre,” the music that often accompanied Fuller’s Serpentine performances.

Font Màgica (2015) 6.5min
A memory trace of a unique moment near Montjuïc Mountain in Barcelona rendered palpable. Font Màgica continues my ongoing interest in the protocinematic performances and light technologies used by artists at the turn of the 20th century. Music for Font Màgica was composed by Colin Clark, Toronto-based composer and software developer, with the original piano composition by Fryderyk Chopin, Prelude Op. 28, No. 15 “Raindrop,” and sounds courtesy of Stanford Solar Center (Sun sounds) and of NASA, Cassini-Huygens mission (radio emissions from Saturn).

Kelly Egan / Ransom Notes / 4 min / 35mm /Colour / Sound / 2011
“We have your …” The ransom note, in our collective imagination, is an interesting entry point to the politics of ownership, freedom and exchange alue, made by transforming mass media (newspapers) content into a personal message – the re-appropriation of language and meaning through the act of collage. Ransom Notes explores this strange tension as a means of sorting out the filmmaker’s experience of the hijacking of her city during the Toronto G20 Summit and subsequent riots of June 2010. The film combines new and old media (film, newsprint, print-outs of twitter feeds), exploring social mobilization through mass media, culminating through the structure of a “waltz.” The soundtrack of the film is composed by placing letters, words and sentences directly on the optical soundtrack – in a sense the projector is “reading” the words, and the sound that you hear is the language produced by the cinematic machine. 

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“Echo” recalls childhood and the native home of the filmmaker through image, song and text. This self-portrait hints at the fragments, the pieces, the painful and repressed shards that the self contains, and through which it strives to piece together and illuminate its mysterious gaps.

Kelly Egan / Athyrium Filix-Femina / 4 min / Colour / Sound / 2016
The second in a series of “quilt films” that pay homage to the work of pioneering female artists, Athyrium filix-femina reimagines Anna Atkins’ founding work in photography as a moving image. In 1843, Anna Atkins published the first book of photography, Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, an exploration of regional botany that classified different kinds of algae using direct prints of the plants. The cyanotype process was a relatively short-lived as a dominant form of photography, however, it found refuge in the domestic sphere where it was used to decorate fabric for pillows, drapes and clothing. By combining filmmaking and quilting, this film extends from the “domestication” of this photographic art by exploring experimental narrative and structural forms through the use of traditional “women’s work.”

Supported by Canada Council for the Arts -Media Arts Section- Project Grants to Media Arts Organizations,Groups and Collectives.
Colectivo Toronto is a member of Media Arts Network of Ontario / Réseau des arts médiatiques de l’Ontario -

CineCycle, in the old coach house down the lane behind 129 Spadina Avenue, on the East side between Richmond St. West and Adelaide St. West, Toronto.

Arte Mediático Canadiense / Canadian Media Art / Art Médiatique Canadien

“Retrospectiva - Errores de Vida” por Nicholas Pye y Sheila Pye
“It’s queer up north” lgbtq2 films/videos
“Experimenta Canadá” films/videos
“Proyecciones” native/landscape/body/animations

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“It’s queer up north” lgbtq2 films/videos.
“Experimenta Canadá” films/videos.
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“Retrospectiva - Errores de Vida” por Nicholas Pye y Sheila Pye
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Martes 13 al Viernes 16 de Diciembre - 8:00 pm / 11:00 pm

Artistas: Nicholas Pye, Sheila Pye, Chase Joynt, Deirdre Logue, Michéle Pearson Clarke, Thirza Cuthand, Jess Dobkin, Scott Miller Berry, Alison S.M. Kobayashi, Iris Moore, Trevor Anderson, Ryan Ferko, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Faraz Anoushahpour, Dennis Day, Terra Long, Madi Piller, Dan Browne, Heidi Phillips, Andrew James Paterson, Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof, Daniel McIntyre, Lisa Birke, Alexandre Larose, Kent Monkman, Jude Norris/Tatakwan, Mée Rose, Alize Zorlutuna, Rick Raxlen, Élise Simard, Nick Fox-Gieg, Félix Dufour-Laperriére, Ellen Besen, Steven Woloshen, Pasquale LaMontagna, Patrick Jenkins, Craig Marshall and Lisa Morse.

Reconocemos el apoyo de: *Canada Council for the Arts -Media Arts Section- Projects Grant to Media Arts Organizations, Groups and Collectives. *Club Cultural Matienzo. *Matienzo Audiovisual. *Vtape - The source for Video and New Media. *CFMDC (Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre). *Embajada de Canadá en Argentina. *Prudencia Seguros. *Brava Producciones. *Grolsch Brevery. *Carlos Goldín. *Alvaro Girón (Salvaged-Media Arts Collective). *Laura Preger. * Juan Manuel Aranovich.

Colectivo Toronto se dedica a la producción y presentación de arte contemporáneo. (Hugo Ares / Guillermina Buzio / Madi Piller)

Club Cultural Matienzo -

PWYC- Suggested Donation $5

Gail is an actor and independent award winning filmmaker. She grew up in a Métis village in Northern Saskatchewan and speaks her language Cree/Michif fluently. Her films have screened in festivals worldwide. She wrote, directed and produced her first video, Little Indians, in 2004 and has never stopped. She attended the prestigious Women in the Director’s Chair in Banff, spoke at Privy Council, performed at the Sydney Opera House and has been on numerous panels on Indigenous filmmaking. Gail founded Assini Productions to produce Indigenous films. Her latest film, Assini, is still in the festival circuit. Gail is a former board member of ImagineNative.

Smudge - 12:00’ video, colour, sound
Little Indians - 03:00’ - video, colour, sound
Memory in Bones - 03:30’, video, colour, sound
Thirst - 14:15’, video, colour, sound
Misawac Kawi Na'wapamitin (Until we meet again) - 14:08’ video, colour, sound
Assini - 12:47’ - video, colour, sound

In co-presentation with imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival -

Thanks to the National Film Board of Canada and Vtape

Supported by Canada Council for the Arts -Media Arts Section- Project Grants to Media Arts Organizations, Groups and Collectives.

Colectivo Toronto is a member of Media Arts Network of Ontario / Réseau des arts médi­a­tiques de l’Ontario

Towards a Vanishing Point, films by CHRIS KENNEDY
Saturday October 15th 2016, 7pm at Pix Films Gallery 1411 Dufferin St Suite C .PWYC suggested donation $5

Chris Kennedy (b. 1977 Easton, Maryland) is an independent filmmaker, film programmer and writer based in Toronto. He programmed for the Images Festival from 2003-06 and Pleasure Dome from 2000-06. He co-founded and co-programs Early Monthly Segments and programs TIFF Cinematheque’s The Free Screen. He is the Executive Director of the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto, a position he started in 2013. His short experimental films have screened at over one hundred film festivals worldwide and have been featured in solo shows at the Canadian Film Institute, Los Angeles Film Forum, Nam June Paik Art Center, the La Plata Semana del Film Experimental and the Pacific Film Archive. He has presented the work of others in Belgium, Egypt, Germany, the US and Canada. He holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, where he was co-founder and host of a weekly film salon. His work as an artist and programmer operates in dialogue with the history of film as art, exploring the medium’s materiality in a contemporary context. Website: Arctic Joan Medium Quarry Women's B 6 Black Sorel of 2 6wUPBqv

4 x 8 x 3 - 3 minutes, 16mm, color, sound, 2004

Jane’s Window 10.5 minutes, 35mm, color, silent, 2005

Memo to Pic Desk by Chris Kennedy and Anna van der Meulen- 6.5 minutes, 16mm, b&w, sound, 2006

the acrobat 6 minutes, 16mm, b&w, sound, 2007

Simultaneous Contrast 5.5 minutes, 16mm, color, silent, 2008

Schuh Schnell Service3 minutes, Super 8 or 16mm, color, sound, 2009-2011

Towards a Vanishing Point 8 minutes, 16mm, color, silent, 2012
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14 minutes, 35mm, black & white, sound, 2012

“Often combining a careful concern with the apparatus and a high degree of formal rigour with thoughtful attention to social reality and history, Kennedy’s films examine the interpenetration of a kind of phenomenology – how the things of the world appear to consciousness – with the material possibilities of film (multiple exposures, hand processing, found footage, multi-frame presentations).” – Scott Birdwise, Canadian Film Institute

“Chris Kennedy is an undervalued filmmaker in the experimental world, in part because, unlike so many others who stake out a particular plot of ground and till it for all it’s worth, he is a bit of a conceptual vagabond. A lot of his films are quite different from one another in their surface effects, but at their core they share certain basic questions, in particular the relationship between organized vision and the chaos of the sensory world. That is, how do schemas and patterns determine what we are able to see?” – Michael Sicinski
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May/June 2016
Animation Workshop in partnership with TAIS

Animation workshop for artists that use drawing as their primary practice.

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Sandra Brewster is a multi-media artist making work that engages visibility and representation as it pertains to identity. She is a recipient of grants from the Toronto, Ontario and Canada art councils. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally and her practice includes work as an arts educator/community arts practitioner. Sandra is currently pursuing a Masters of Visual Studies, Studio, at the University of Toronto.Hiking Klondike Taupe Waterproof Black Brown Dark V4161W Women's Boot Nevados Low xpZqXPwnUq

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Fiya Bruxa is an international award winning visual artist, actress, filmmaker, and writer. She is Co-Founder & Co-Director of the Essencia Arts Collective, who believes that art can be a tool for social change and community empowerment. Her artistic vision is a social one that questions and celebrates the beauty, dignity and perseverance of those who have, or continue to, overcome adversity and oppression. In visual arts, her chosen mediums of expression include painting, murals, video and installation. As a writer and director, her work has been critically acclaimed and includes her theatre production "Ayelen" (writer and director), her documentary “The Wall That Speaks” (director; produced by the National Film Board of Canada), and her short film "COLD" (co-writer, co-producer, lead actress) which went on to win two international “Best Picture” awards.

Margarita Alex Flores was born and raised in Mexico City. A self-taught artist, her career in art began 22 years ago and has taken her across North America: El Paso, Texas; San Francisco, California; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; and Toronto, where she resides. She is an eco-feminist and social justice activist fighting for women rights, trans women and LGTBQ humans rights in Latino America.
Alex moved to Toronto, Canada in the spring of 2001. In march 8 2008 she created Las Perlas TV, is an alternative Spanish & English multi-media production organization focusing on local and cultural news, editorials, stories and commentaries, as well as presenting different perspectives reflecting the heart of the Latin American community in Toronto and Canada to the world. In 2014 she painted a mural for world pride, she also participating in the piano Installations for the Panam games 2015 representing Mexico in “Play me I am yours”
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Born in Southern Spain, Coco has lived and made art in different countries before moving to Toronto in 2012. Their work aims to tell stories, mostly of what is not revealed to the eye but lives within our everyday reality. With a strong focus on the multiple possibilities of drawing, Coco explore secrecy, silence and how art may become a tool for revealing and awareness. Their work has been shown at A Space (Toronto), Canadian Textile Museum (Toronto), La Centrale Powerhouse (Montreal), MU Foundation Arts Space (Eindhoven), Columbia University (Chicago), and The Gabarron Foundation (New York City) among others.Comfy Heel Ladies JULY Womens Pumps Chunky Slides Sex Slingback Pink on Fashion Sandals Platform Dress Ankle Slip Strap T 4qK8ZyBwEE

Janice Schulman is an independent animator based in Toronto, Canada. She uses a combination of traditional and digital techniques to create short films, bumpers, title sequences and animation for documentary films --- most recently for the one hour documentary: ‘The Secret History of Knitting’. Janice’s films include: ‘The Ultra Violets’, ‘Nice Jewish Boys’, and ‘Doodle du Jour’. Her work touches on themes of love, sex, transformation and travel. Her website Pink Women's Sandals Tamar Jerusalem Backle q81wZaXX and toasteroven416 on Youtube.

Eduardo Vaisman is a Sound Designer born in Argentina, he started to work professionally in sound for pictures in 1992 and since then he was credited in around sixty feature films for 6 different countries, several TV Shows and lots of short films and commercials, receiving several wards and nominations for his work.
He taught audio and postproduction in Colleges and Universities in Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
The last six years Eduardo has been working in sound for videogames, being Lead Team Audio at Ubisoft Toronto and shipped the AAA titles "Splinter Cell Blacklist", "Far Cry 4" and "Far Cry Primal". imdb: Pointy High Usual Height Print Leopard Pumps Gradient 10cm VOCOSI Shoes With Heel Heels Women for to Toe Gradient Animal White Dress Patent BgzSqd

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Colectivo Toronto is dedicated to the development and presentation of contemporary art. We work in collaboration with other collectives, artist-run centres, galleries and art organizations. This collaborative process allows us to foster important ties with the mainstream and the alternative art community
(Hugo Ares- Guillermina Buzio- Madi Piller)

Colectivo Toronto is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.

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tryptic designer: carlos goldin
thanks: alejandra sifontes, gustavo vergelli, hilary roche, david fernandez, kate wilson, jyssika russell.

November 19th 2015, 7:00PM

How to be a total Internet certified professional of art by Sybil Lamb

For over 20 years Sybil has been a notorious deluge of painting that often conspicuously feature a rag tag cast of young misfits rockers oddballs and cute monsters and obsessive love to detail modified physiques.

November 5, 2015, 7:00PM

Beyond representation: queer embodiment and the feeling of queerness by Alize Zorlutuna

1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions- FREE event
Limited seating, arrive early

In this presentation Alize will be sharing recent work that attempts to articulate the embodied experience of trans-cultural queerness: the Feeling of queerness, rather than its representation.

Alize Zorlutuna is a Turkish-Canadian; Toronto based media artist and writer who employ a diverse range of media in her practice. Working in new media, sculpture, performance, audio and video, her work draws upon her experience as an individual living between two cultures. Negotiating multiple perspectives simultaneously, this embodied liminality informs her creative practice; manifesting in explorations of interstices. The desire to activate interstices where differing perspectives, emotions, and physical entities meet, and the meanings created in those meetings rests at the heart of her work. Alize graduated with distinction from the Sculpture and Installation Program at OCAD University, where she won multiple awards. She also has an honors degree in International Development Studies from Dalhousie University. Alize has shown work at Interaccess, Toronto Free Gallery and Xpace as well as having participated in Nuit Blanche.

October 22nd , 2015, 7:00PM
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Reading the Other: Thoughts on Collaboration: Z'otz* Collective

1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions- FREE event
Limited seating, arrive early

Drawing is Z'otz* primary means of expression and is used to visually respond to each other and to what surrounds them. The direct approach allows the group to create quirky and often outrageous images that examine, with humour, the immigrant experiences of displacement, transition and transformation.

Nahúm Flores, Erik Jerezano, and Ilyana Martínez are Z’otz* Collective, formed in Toronto in 2004. The group meets weekly to collaborate on multi-media works, which include drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and site–specific drawing installations.

October 8th, 2015, 8:00PM

“The king is dead, long live the king” Performance, workshop and talk by Rosa Mesa
Artscape, Young Place, 180 Shaw St., Toronto. 8:00 PM

We are moving toward a more and more polarized world , civil rights all over the world are being shattered and the Maquiavelic structure of power has proved to be obsolete.
“The king is dead, long live to the king!” talks about the change of paradigm and the changes in thought needed to balance back. It is a multidisciplinary project that investigates our vision in a world overloaded with information.

This project is possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council; CAAM, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno & Cabildo de Gran Canaria

*October 5th - 4:00pm to 8:00pm.
Performance Workshop: "Body awaked"
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-Exploration of the body and performance.
-Create a safe space for exchange and creativity
-Create a supportive space for participants, in which they can share their discoveries.
-Space reconstruction in which participants can locate an in themselves the necessary strengths to fuel their processes.
Oriented to: Students, artists and professionals interested in the body from a contemporary vision and the use of performance art as an interesting medium in our socio political context.

*October 6th,7:00pm to 9:00pm
Artist Talk: "rosa mesa 2005-2015, performance works"
FREE Event- 1411 Dufferin St. - Pix Films Productions

October 1st, 2015, 7:00PM

Rafagas Canadienses- Canadian Gusts: shorts program

1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions- FREE event
Limited seating, arrive early

Artists: Gareth Long / Heather Keung / Lorena Salome / Michelle Irving / Gunilla Josephson / Deidre Logue / Tom Sherman / Jeremy Bailey and Nelson Henricks.
Curated by Guillermina Buzio.

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The program Ráfagas Canadienses presents a fragmented journal inside the diversity of contemporary video art production in Canada. These shorts cross the boundaries between architecture, video installation, actions, and self-portraits, including in some of the works a silent communication. As the program was originally intended for a Spanish speaking audience it is immersive in the aesthetical form, the sound and the performances. These works also present repetitive moments, intimate stories. The space were they are placed could be any, including an internal space, the architectural surroundings, the city lines, which could be Toronto, Montreal, or any other city, like a private room, or the space for their own sexuality, the subtle violence and the sexuality of the other.
Co-presented by V-tape

Still Life-Urban Sprawl - Gareth Long, 2003 (8.45’)
Bending Over backwards- Heather Keung, 2008 (3’)
Memory Traces - Lorena Salome, 2003 (2’)
Treshold- Michelle Irving 2008 (6’)
Twinning Series- Gunilla Josephson, 2002-2004 (12.30’)
Beyond the usual limits - Deidre Logue, 2005 (3’)
Gig - Tom Sherman, 2007 (3.30’)
Fray - Tom Sherman, 2007 (4.20’)
Strongest Man - Jeremy Bailey, 2003 (4’33)
Failure - Nelson Henricks, 2007 (6.42’)

September 24th, 2015, 7:00pm

ars memorativa | the art of memory | films by scott miller berry

1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions- FREE event
Limited seating, arrive early

join us september 24 for an intimate evening with short works by toronto filmmaker and cultural worker scott miller berry. for the past 15 years scott has been making short diary films + videos that address mortality, loss and grief. scott will present four projects, all of which are being screened in toronto for the first time, along with a complementary film by jeanne liotta along with a short talk.


ars memorativa, 2014, 16mm/HD (on video), 19 minutes, colour/B&W, sound. personal documentary featuring Roberto Ariganello, Marian McMahon, Will Munro

beth olem | house of the world, 2014, Super 8, 6 minutes, B&W, silent. two super 8 camera rolls capturing the beth olem cemetery in detroit on the site of GM's "Poletown" plant, only open 4 hours per year.

anamnesis, 2009, 16mm, 3 minutes, B&W/colour, silent. a film about memories, home and loss. shot at the independent imaging retreat / "film farm" in mount forest ontario.

untitled (eleven years), 2001, Super 8 (screening on video), 5 minutes, B&W, sound. a posthumous coming out story.

Ceci n'est pas by Jeanne Liotta, 1997, 16mm, 7 minutes, silent. "Hand processed and unedited, this roll lived in my camera from March-May 1995: a trip to New Orleans, a train ride, the death of a dear friend + artist. This film is the author of itself; its trace function leaves me behind." - Jeanne Liotta

Scott Miller Berry [Detroit, 1969] is a filmmaker and cultural worker. By day he can be found at Workman Arts where he is Managing Director, previously he was Director for ten years at the Images Festival. Recipient of the 2015 Rita Davies Margo Bindhardt Award for cultural service in Toronto, Scott sits on the Boards of MANO (Media Arts Network of Ontario) and IMAA (Independent Media Arts Alliance) and has recently screened films in Ottawa, Hamburg, Oberhausen, Bangalore, Seoul, Zagreb, Vienna, London (UK + Ontario), Montréal, Québec City, Calgary, Regina and Sackville.

September 24th - November 19th

Many Deaths curated by Juana Awad

Many Deaths is a program of three short -and medium-length single channel installations by Berlin-based artists, brought together to explore some of our tactics and escape routes when confronted with death - from our alienated dealings with bodily decay, to the need to elevate our pain, to our obsession with the killing of unwanted symbols and the resurrection of desired power sings. With Many Deaths, three formally divergent works offer us a glimpse into some of our strategies to deal with the ever-present reality of our physical and political short existence. jSr Propet Sneaker Women's White Washable Walker White 6a81Rqw

Video Installations
Hades Treptow by Nike Arnold (9’35’’)
From Here to Eternity by Oliver Pietsch (41’)
P.R. by Mathieu Brohan (43’)

Thursday, Sept 24TH, 6:00pm to 7:00pm- 9:00pm to 9:30pm
Thursday, Oct 1ST, 6:00pm to 7:00pm- 9:00pm to 9:30pm
Thursday, Oct 22ND, 6:00pm to 7:00pm- 9:00pm to 9:30pm
Thursday, Nov 5TH, 6:00pm to 7:00pm- 9:00pm to 9:30pm
Thursday, Nov 19TH, 66:00pm to 7:00pm- 9:00pm to 9:30pm
- Free Event -

June 11th, 2015, 7:00pm

Coco Guzman
: Artist talk Creative Conversation Series FREE
Pio! Centre for Drawing, 163 Sterling Rd, #116 Toronto, ON, M6P 0A1. Space is wheelchair accesible.

As a professional artist using mainly drawing as a medium, my work aims to tell stories, mostly of what is not revealed to the eye but lives within our everyday reality. Specially those emotions, events and situations that are been kept hidden or secret because of social powers, government censorship and cultural normativity. In my art I explore secrecy, silence and how drawing may become a tool for revealing, and therefore, making the audience and the artist aware. In this sense, I am committed to an art that is sensitive and critical, that plays with different layers of complexity, but remains accessible and open to all audiences.

As a medium, drawing is full of potentiality for connectedness and universality. Drawing is immediate, it is fast, it is part of our everyday life and we have all had an experience of drawing, if only as children. Drawing helps us to express our feelings, our ideas, our plans, but also to document our past and build our dreams. It is because of its simplicity that I believe that drawing has the power to reveal the unseen, to express deep complexities and to speak the silences. As contradictory as it may sound, I know that drawing has the power to visibilize the invisible.

In this presentation I would be sharing the process of research, creation and exhibition of one of my my most recent pieces, Los Fantasmas. This hand-drawn series reveals the silenced genocide committed by Franco fascist troops against civilians and left-wing organizers in Spain and I would use it as a concrete example to discuss the methodologies, challenges and rewards of working with collective traumas and secrets.
After the presentation and discussion, there will be drawing materials ready for you to work on a silence(d) project of your choice and I will be there to support you through it, if needed.

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May 21st, 2015, 7:00pm
Eduardo Vaisman
: Artist talk Creative Conversation Series FREE
1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions
Limited seating, arrive early

From linear to interactive – creative and technical challenges on sound design and media crossover.
In this talk I’d like to share the process of transition between film and video games I experienced, the differences in language, production approach and team collaboration. The concepts and examples, even when they come from mainstream industries can be translated and adapted to the work of independent artist who want to express through technology and interactivity using games or any other form of interactive media.

Eduardo Vaisman started professionally in sound for movies in 1992, he worked in more than 50 feature films from six different countries, he also worked in short films, documentaries and collaborated with artists on installations in art galleries and museums. In 2007 immigrated to Canada pursuing a career change making sound design for videogames. Since 2011 he works at Ubisoft Toronto as Lead Audio Team and participated in the sound design of AAA games like Splinter Cell Blacklist and Far Cry 4.

29 McCaul Street- Toronto - Beaver Hall Gallery

Teresa Ascencao: Artist Talk , part of Creative Conversation Series curated by Colectivo Toronto In partnership with aluCine Media Arts Festival FREE

Teresa Ascencao will present her work methodology and discuss aesthetic and concepts behind her work as well as the technical component of her pieces. The presentation intends to re-view the dialogue between artists and audience; it will give the audience, artists, and public their own moment on participation and creation.
This conversation offers an environment for debate allowing audiences’ access to an insider’s point of view. The intention is to offer a context where ideas, questions, and the creation process can be shared through participatory dialogues between artists, curators and the audience, offering their unique perspective on process, techniques and production.
The project is a series of conversations and presentations by local artists who are using new media in different formats including: sound, installations, video gaming, video, film, and performances.

We are organizing 6 artists’ conversations that will take during 2015. The artists are highly recognized in the field of Media Arts. They will present their work methodology and discuss their aesthetic and concepts behind their work’s as well as the technical component of their pieces. The conversations and presentations intend to re-view the dialogue between artists and audience, it will give the audience, artists, and public their own moment on participation and creation, adding to the “Creative Conversations series” a spontaneous fluctuation.
The “Creative Conversations series” offers an environment for debate allowing audiences’ access to an insider’s point of view. The intention is to offer a context where ideas, questions, and the creation process can be shared through participatory dialogues between artists, curators and the audience, offering their unique perspective on process, techniques and production.
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"Creative Conversation Series" is possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council - Media Arts Projects

FRIDAY, MAY 30TH, 7:00pm – FREE
1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions
Limited seating, arrive early

creative process: the search in my work by rosa mesa
rosa mesa was born in Canary Islands (Spain)
She is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice extend to installations, performance, video and public interventions. Today her work covers video and sound explorations, drawing, performance and public interventions. New Hawaiian Free Leather Suede Kona Convertible Removable Comfort Jellys Coffee Magnets Topper Sandals Hidden Ultra Suede 5nnCrF

THURSDAY, MAY 22nd, 7:00pm – FREE
1411 Dufferin St. Suite C – Pix Film Productions
Limited seating, arrive early

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The Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) is a unique video collaboration among artists from various parts of the world, inspired by the Surrealist creation method, the "Exquisite Corpse". Using the semi-blind, sequential method of the surrealists' game, ECVP participants create video art in response to the final seconds of the previous member's work. Each member is asked to incorporate these seconds into their piece, creating transitions as they please, until everyone's vision is threaded together into an instigating final "corpse." Rather than providing a unitary linear narrative, in the project each individual artist interrogates — permeated by the diverse cultural backgrounds — a number of genres, tendencies and strategies, engaging in performative, documental, conceptual and poetic modes of representation, utilizing the characteristics of participatory platforms and new communication technology. The project is coordinated by the Brazilian artist Kika Nicolela since 2008 and has had the participation of over 80 international artists so far, divided in 4 volumes and several videos. The new instalment of the project, ECVP Volume 4, proposes the theme Porn/Politics as a frame for the creation of the videos.
Kika Nicolela will be present at the screening