Winner of the 2019 Middlebrook Prize for the project Tina Guyani | Deer Road
Missy LeBlanc is an emerging curator and writer whose curatorial practice is centered around care and kinship. With each exhibition, LeBlanc uses her position of responsibility as a curator to center the voices and works of marginalized artists while maintaining a strong relationship with them.
As an emerging curator and writer from Regina/Treaty 4 Territory, Saskatchewan. Lauren’s exhibition, epistemologies of the moon, is a group exhibition featuring work by six emerging and mid-career Canadian artists and one transnational contemporary feminist art collective. These are Canadian and Indigenous artists predominantly from Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, whose practices are indebted to ideas around intersectionality and the politics, aesthetics, and ethics of feminism today.
epistemologies of the moon
My curiosities are not your curios examines what it means to collect objects through the work of artists for whom collecting is a creative practice. Nurming-Por has selected contemporary artists from across North America whose “collections” address the politics of display, exploring how these systems can also be used to present alternative narratives.
Blood Sweat Tears tackles urgent, enduring questions of labour and the body. They ask: how can we re-think notions of work and productivity, and how bodies move and interact with space and materials?