Join us for a conversation between Nasrin Himada and Sarah Pupo on the occasion of the artist's exhibition burning through the body at Trinity Square Video.
Sarah Pupo’s practice bridges watercolour, drawing, provisional installation, and lo-fi animation. She works with materials and processes that foreground intuition, associative thinking and ritual as means of accessing subtle logics and cyclical time. She lives and works in Montreal, QC.
Nasrin Himada is a Palestinian writer, editor, and curator based in Tio'tia:ke (Montréal), in Kanien'kehá:ka territory. Their writing on contemporary art has appeared in Canadian Art, C Magazine, Critical Signals, The Funambulist, Fuse Magazine, Contemptorary and MICE Magazine.
Image: Sarah Pupo, Untitled , watercolour and wax on silk, 36” x 40”, 2018.