tofeelclose is a space for individual and collective reflection. The project gathers momentum and shape through every voice. Contributors offer unfolding ideas and inquiries, lay bare obsessions, wade through the mundane, stage a place for an encounter. Look for ways to feel close. Artist commissions will be added biweekly from July to October 2020, thereafter archived.

Artists: Carrie Allison, Eve Tagny and Emii Alrai, Katherine Boyer, Erika DeFreitas, Lindsay Delaronde and Jamie Black, Maggie Groat, Jessica Groome and Tiziana La Melia, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, Shellie Zhang
 
Curators: Art Gallery of Regina, Franz Kaka, Paved Arts, Jennifer Smith, Kenderdine and College Galleries with BlackFlash Magazine

tofeelclose is curated by Tarin Dehod and organized by Tarin Dehod and Derek Sandbeck of AKA, design by Carson Sargent

I'M ON FIRE organized by me and Aleksandra Bielas at SPOiLER , Berlin
opens January 25th, 2020

January 2020: KILLING TIME edition of double-sided microfibre beach towels for sun + moon bathing : collab with Ella Dawn McGeough (100X180CM) & made from recycled plastic water bottles

See you on Wednesday for the opening of Studio Apartment at Miracle Baby: 

351a Oakwood Ave.
York, Ontario
M6E 2W1

Sept 2018: I started a project space in my garden (Berlin, Wedding) called La Datcha. During the summer, La Datcha hosts artists for occasional projects, workshops and residencies.

This year's resident was Canadian artist Jenine Marsh. Check out images of her exhibition Vivisections here.

Make / Shift, CIRCLES & WIGS at FELT galleri October 19-22, 2017, Bergen NO

Core Remission, group exhibition at gr_und (Berlin) featured in KubaParis.

Naming the Thing that Disappears, part of the exhibition Entangled: Two Views on Contemporary Canadian Painting at the Vancouver Art Gallery, September 30, 2017-January 1, 2018.

Soft Glove at Erin Stump Projects, September 13- November 11, 2017, Toronto.
Limited Edition exhibition text by the amazing Ella Dawn McGeough.

From January - October 2015 I curated a series of exhibitions at Howard Park Institute, Toronto. Check out the archive here.