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The full program for the 2018 Images Festival will be announced on March 15th at the Images Festival Programming Launch presented in conjunction with the opening of Trisha Baga’s exhibition at Gallery TPW

    Thursday March 15th , 2018 , 5:00pm - Thursday February 15th , 2018 , 1:00am

    Press Launch


    7:00 - 9:00PM Opening Reception of the exhibition 9:00 - 11:00PM Karaoke Pizza Party with Trisha Baga


    Images Festival’s newly appointed Head of Programming Aily Nash will discuss upcoming screenings, exhibitions, and performances of the 2018 festival schedule with returning Executive Director Heather Keung! Take this opportunity to meet AilyFollowing the press and programming launch is the opening reception of , the first Canadian solo-exhibition by Trisha Baga co-curated and co-presented with Gallery TPW.


    , Trisha Baga will host a group karaoke party in the gallery. Help us celebrate the 31st edition of Images Festival with a night of singing and snacks.


      Thursday March 15th , 2018 , 5:30pm - 11:00pm

      Images Festival 2018 Programming Launch


      Trisha Baga
      15 March-21 April

      With Biologue, American artist Trisha Baga extends her recent work into a new two-part video installation. Throughout the work, cells subdivide via mitosis, languages collapse into phonemes and misheard sounds, objects dissolve into detritus, and digital images shatter into pixels and artifacts. While preoccupied with these processes of fragmentation, Baga is equally invested in reassembling and recombining their elements into new narratives. Biologue collages video footage of the artist’s family road trip through the Philippines , audio from Hollywood soundtracks, and objects both readymade and hand-crafted. A circuitous journey that reflects how culture and its signs travel and shift, Baga’s work alludes to Philippine history and the layers of colonialism the country has endured, and considers the resulting cultural and aesthetic osmosis through repeated translations and mistranslations. Baga collapses disparate spaces and languages, creating an immersive 3D-video environment that playfully explores the promise of “immersion” across both physical and virtual spaces. Biologue invites viewers to become subsumed in itsflows , and to make meaning from simultaneous but diverging sensory and perceptual experiences.

      Gallery Hours:
      Tue–Sat 12–5 PM

      Co-curated and co-presented by

      Thursday March 15th , 2018 , 7:00pm - 9:00pm


      Gallery TPW

      170 St Helens Ave