A new work by Ange Loft, A foreign source of extraordinary power, is the third project in the Art in Use series. 

A foreign source of extraordinary power is a collection of wearable sculptures grappling with the legacy of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, an AlgonquinMohawk Saint who practiced forms of self-discipline learnt from her Jesuit nun contemporaries.

Talk
February 22, 7pm
Floor 1, free

Ange Loft will speak about her practice and specifically the thinking behind and making of A foreign source of extraordinary power.

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Performance
March 1, 7pm
Floor 1, free

Loft’s wearable sculptures and movement facilitation is brought together in All You Can Hold, a multi-arts spectacle created to the music of LAL’s Album – Find Safety. Featuring Some of Toronto’s top queer and trans artists of colour, including, movement by ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance company and Victoria Mata, and projection design by Jose Garcia. Join in creating a hallowed space, where we define for ourselves what it means to be holy, sacred, consecrated, sanctified, and blessed.

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Workshop
March 9, 3pm
Floor 4, pre-registration and museum admission required

Movement workshop led by Ange Loft within the space of A foreign source of extraordinary power.

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Art in Use

Location

MOCA Toronto
158 Sterling Road

Events on Floor 1 are free to attend, but do require registration. Please sign up in advance to ensure your spot.

Museum admission is required for entry to A foreign source of extraordinary power.

MOCA Toronto aims to be a barrier-free and accessible museum for all. If you have any needs we should know about, contact us at info@moca.ca ahead of time to make any arrangements.

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