C Magazine and Art Metropole, in partnership with 1/Edition: Toronto’s Art Book Fair and Art Toronto, present Hannah Black as part of Art Toronto’s PLATFORM lecture series.
Black is an artist and writer from London. Her practice as an artist and writer draws on feminist, Marxist and black radical theory, autobiographical fragments, pop music, hope and hopelessness. She will inevitably discuss these themes in relation to recent work including her book Dark Pool Party, and the effort, the many failures, to make art and/or writing adequate to the world, probably mostly avoiding the question of what “the world” is.
Admission is free to Edition Toronto, except for the Hannah Black lecture which is included with admission to Art Toronto.
Visit the C Magazine publication booth at Art Toronto and pick up our latest issue, C Magazine 131 “Experimental Pedagogies.”
Art Metropole’s programming series for the inaugural Edition Toronto International Art Book Fair includes several events co-presented with C Magazine, including a lecture by Hannah Black, two workshops on “How to Read Artists’ Books” featuring Walter Scott and Joshua Vettivelu, and a reading by Anna Szaflarski. Admission is free to Edition Toronto, except for the Hannah Black lecture which is presented with Art Toronto on the main stage as part of the PLATFORM Lecture series. Visit the C Magazine booth at Edition Toronto on the main floor of the Art Toronto art fair, and pick up our latest issue, C Magazine 131 “Experimental Pedagogies.”