Queer Frontiers Series

Queer Frontiers Series 2021-07-25T13:57:57-04:00

LOMAA’s Queer Frontiers series is back!

Queer Frontiers critically reflects on Canada’s 50th anniversary celebration of the purported “decriminalization” of homosexuality in the country. Serving as a counter to the state revelries, LOMAA will host nine artists, artist duos or curators who have established practices post-legislation and who remain on the frontiers of Canadian queer media. This project centres queer narratives and praxis as a means to interrogate historical representation and continue fortifying queer futures within this country.

For more background information please visit: https://anti-69.ca/

Complete details for each event below will be posted as the event date approaches.

March 15 – March 21, 2021
Artist: Adrian Stimson
Presented in collaboration with Museum London.
The event featured an online screening and a virtual artist talk.

April 25 – May 1, 2021
Artist: Jess MacCormack
The event featured an online screening and a virtual artist talk.

August 6 – 16, 2021
Artists: Laihn Hrafn and Rin Vanderhaeghe 
The event will feature an online screening and a prerecorded artist talk.

August 23 – August 28, 2021
Artist: James Knott
Presented in collaboration with Artlab.
The event will feature an online performance and a virtual artist talk.

September 2021 – Date TBD
Artist: Steve Reinke
Presented in collaboration with McIntosh Gallery.
The event will feature an online screening and a virtual artist talk.

October 2021 – Date TBD
Artist: Aaditya Aaggarwal
Presented in collaboration with Femme Art Review.
The event will feature an online screening and a virtual artist talk.

November 2021 – Date TBD
Artist: Rodney Diverlus
The event will feature an online performance and a virtual artist talk.

December 2021 – Date TBD
Topic: Queer Futurity
Presented in collaboration with Vtape.
The event will feature an online screening and a virtual publication launch.

LOMAA would like to thank Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and the London Arts Council for their support of this series and their continued backing.