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Digital Agnes is a platform for critical curatorial collaboration and creative research initiatives, embracing virtual exhibitions, digital publications and interactive online experiences. This resource for knowledge sharing and interpretation aims to expand avenues of participation—locally and globally— around visual and media art and artists, and to advance digital visual cultures.

20:55
Video
Vibrating Edges
(a tour through Agnes’s galleries)
34:05
Video
Finding Authenticity
The exhibition "Tom Thomson? The Art of Authentication" is accompanied by the documentary film "Finding Authenticity" (2021).
Audio
Bantering Toward Radically Liberated Futures
Jason Cyrus, Ezi Odozor and Qanita Lilla talk together about the creative processes of curating, researching and writing in the Canadian arts sphere.
1:23:53
Video
Style as Armour: Identity, Clothing, and Self-Fashioning in History Is Rarely Black or White
with Julie Crooks, Jason Cyrus and Nigel Lezama
1:27:10
Video
Fully Known: Cotton Production, Black History, and the Canadian Experience
with Jason Cyrus, Charmaine Nelson and Shannon Prince
1:28:05
Video
Black Bodies, White Gold: Unpacking slavery and North American cotton production
with Anna Arabindan-Kesson, Jason Cyrus and Anne-Marie Guérin
3:24
Video
Agnes Gets Hysterical, featuring Definition of Knowledge
Definition of Knowledge: Explaining Art
Online Exhibition
Spirit Banter: Ezi Odozor

Encounter Ezi Odozor’s Spirit Banter, a commissioned long-form poem that creates a narrative arc between the exhibitions History Is Rarely Black or White and With Opened Mouths.

Audio
Embracing Synergies in Other Worlds
Curators and artists, Amy Malbeuf and Jessie Ray Short talk with Qanita Lilla about how their expansive practice embraces new visions of Métis identity and aims to broadens our view of the known universe.
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