At the Same Time, Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives, Toronto, ON

Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives presents:
AT THE SAME TIME – Exhibition and Book Launch

OPENING RECEPTION and BOOK LAUNCH
Friday August 10, 7:30 – 10 pm

EXHIBITION DATES
August 10 – September 22, 2012

CANADIAN LESBIAN & GAY ARCHIVES
34 Isabella St.
Toronto, ON

Drawing and expanding on a variety of photographic traditions, At the Same Time features the work of six artists: Steven Beckly and Dylan MacNeil (Toronto, ON), Ted Kerr and Zachary Ayotte (Brooklyn, NY), and Colin Quinn and Oisín Share(Manchester, UK), who simultaneously explore the nature and development of their romantic relationships from three different parts of the world. Private exchanges emerging from domestic, romantic, and sexual dimensions of their relationships are openly explored, uncovering a collection of personal narratives and intimate realities.

The exhibition includes a book launch for the publication of the same name. At the Same Time includes 65 colour images by the six artists, and essays by AA Bronson, Paul Mgapi Sepuya, and Sholem Krishtalka. Artists will be present during the opening to sign copies. Available for purchase at the CLGA, and online at: http://atthesametime.bigcartel.com/product/at-the-same-time-book

Join us the following day for these additional events!

CURATOR’S TOUR
Saturday August 11, 2 pm
Join us for an exhibition tour and discussion with CLGA exhibition coordinator Cressida Frey and artist Ted Kerr as they take you on a casual walkthrough of At the Same Time.

TIES THAT BIND: A Reading with Sarah Schulman, Farzana Doctor, and Shani Mootoo
Saturday August 11, 4 pm

Sarah Schulman is an American novelist and the author of Ties That Bind: Familial Homophobia and Its Consequences. Schulman is joined by acclaimed Canadian novelist Farzana Doctor and writer/visual artist Shani Mootoo to participate in an evening of selected readings from Ties That Bind.

View: Installation views
Interview: Concomitant Connections, Xtra! Magazine, August 2012

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