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  • Dana Claxton

    Dana Claxton is a Vancouver interdisciplinary artist who works in film, video and performance. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at Walter Philips Gallery at Banff Centre and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Her performances have been presented at AKA in Saskatoon, the Western Front and as part of Grunt Gallery’s Live at the End of the Century Performance Festival. Claxton’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Vancouver Art Gallery, the MacKenzie Art Gallery and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

  • Andrea Fatona

  • Roy Kiyooka

  • Nancy Lalicon

  • Ashok Mathur

    Ashok Mathur is a writer, cultural organizer, and artist-researcher. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair in Cultural and Artistic Inquiry at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. His recent novels include Once Upon an Elephant, a contemporary re-visioning of the Mahabharata’s creation story of Ganesh, and The Short, Happy Life of Harry Kumar, a retelling of the Ramayana through the lenses of current globalized politics and movements. His most recent project, A Little Distillery in Nowgong, is a multifaceted novel tracing the migration of a Parsi family from pre-independence India through postcolonial contexts and travels.

  • Sur Mehat

  • Melinda Mollineaux

  • Shani Mootoo

  • Nhan Duc Nguyen

  • Mohammad Salemy

    Mohammad Salemy is an artist and curator of the DADABASE Gallery. He is also known for his writing and activism. Born in Iran and a graduate of Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, he is currently a MA student at the University of British Columbia. His work has been included in solo and group exhibitions locally and nationally.

  • Henry Tsang

  • Sharyn Yuen

  • Monika Kin Gagnon

Exhibitions

Racing thru Space

DANA CLAXTON, ROY KIYOOKA, NANCY LALICON, ASHOK MATHUR, SUR MEHAT, MELINDA MOLLINEAUX, SHANI MOOTOO, NHAN DUC NGUYEN, MOHAMMAD SALEMY, HENRY TSANG, SHARYN YUEN
June 25–July 23, 1994

An exhibition organized in conjunction with the Writing thru Race Writers’ Conference.