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Centre[3] for Print and Media Arts presents:

Dis[re]placement

An outdoor exhibition with works by: Hiba Abdallah, Alex Jacobs Blum, Roy Caussy, Fwee Twade (Becky Katz & Matt McInnes), GTA: Gentrification Tax Action (Adrian Blackwell, Sameer Farooq, Jane Hutton, Kika Thorne), Jesse Harris, Jesse Purcell, Jes Sachse, and Stylo Starr

November 3 – December 31, 2018

Walking Tours:
Saturday November 3rd: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Monday November 5th: 3:30-4:30pm
Saturday November 10: 1:30-2:30pm

Starting Location: Centre[3] for Print and Media Arts, 173 James St. N. Hamilton, ON

Please pre-register for the walking tours through our Eventbrite Page.


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(L-R) Fight Poverty Not the Poor - Jesse Purcell, Onkwehón:we - Alex Jacobs Blum, GTA: Gentrification Tax Action

Centre[3]’s Dis[re]placement city-wide roadside art exhibition addresses displacement, gentrification, environmental impact, poverty and homelessness. Thirteen artists employ 7 sites on both public and private property in Hamilton’s downtown core with site specific installations.

Centre[3] has partnered with the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre (WAHC) to offer 3 guided walking tours of the exhibition led by Rob Kristofferson that will discuss both workers history and the artworks presented. A printed map is available to the public, outlining the route of the walking tour and highlighting locations of the installations. By encouraging critical discourse, the Dis[Re]placement Road Project bridges contemporary art and artists with the public and broader discussions of displacement, gentrification and change within our city.


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A List of Antagonisms – Hiba Abdallah

This exhibition was made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.

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Media Contact: info@centre3.com

Centre[3] for Print and Media Arts
www.centre3.com
173 James St. N,
Hamilton, ON
L8R 2K0
905.524.5084

Hours:
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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