Quantum Choir, a solo exhibition on view as part of MOMENTA Biennale de l’image, opening September 7 at Galerie B312 in Montreal
Shortlisted for the 2023 Sobey Art Award, alongside Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill, Kablusiak, Anahita Norouzi, and Séamus Gallagher
Special honouree for Benefête, a new fundraising event for Gallery TPW, June 8th at the Ace Hotel
“Glitter Stache” (2021) featured on the cover of Ciel Variable, Issue 123, one of a portfolio of works from The Animal Seems to Be Moving which accompany the essay, “Queer Black Masculinities: Middle-aged Boyhood,” by video and performance artist Dayna McLeod.
Longlisted for the 2023 Sobey Art Award
Quantum Choir, reviewed by Alison Gillmoor for Galleries West
Quantum Choir, a solo exhibition on view at Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, opening on March 10 and running until June 17, in Winnipeg, MB
Gloria, July 23, 2018, from the series, “A Welcome Weight on My Body,” on view in the group exhibition, As We Rise: Photography from the Black Atlantic from February 24 to May 14, 2023 at Polygon Gallery, Vancouver, BC
My short essay, “On Sucking Teeth,” is included in Making History: Visual Arts and Blackness in Canada, edited by Julie Crooks, Dominique Fontaine and Silvia Forni (publication date: February 15)
Juried the Exposure 2023 International Open Call exhibition, on view at Contemporary Calgary from February 3 to 16, 2023
Presenting an artist talk on January 17, as part of the SGS Speakers’ Series hosted by the School of Graduate Studies at OCAD University.
In conversation with Charles Campbell, Michaëlle Sergile and Dawit Petros for ReMIX History Panel II: Allegories of the Present, a virtual panel accompanying the exhibition Stan Douglas: Allegories of the Present at Griffin Art Projects
The Animal Seems to Be Moving, a solo exhibition on view at Centre CLARK, opening on October 27 and running until November 26.
Gloria, July 23, 2018, from the series, “A Welcome Weight on My Body,” on view in the group exhibition, As We Rise: Photography from the Black Atlantic from September 7 to November 19, 2022 at the University of Toronto Art Centre
Muscle Memory, exhibition catalogue now available through the Art Gallery of Hamilton
Commenced new position as Assistant Professor of Photography in the School of Image Arts at The Creative School, Toronto Metropolitan University.
Muscle Memory, reviewed by Stephanie Vegh for Akimbo
Suck Teeth Compositions, on view in a permanent collection exhibition in the contemporary galleries at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
In conversation on ethics and vulnerability with host and founder Savanah Dodds on The Photo Ethics Podcast
Juror for the Exposure 2023 International Open Call exhibition – submissions open until September 1