Photo credit: Émilie Monnet

Photo credit: Émilie Monnet

 

PROJECT CURATOR AND PRODUCER

Pohanna Pyne Feinberg's work explores collective memory, textures of impermanence, sensory attunement, and decolonizing pedagogy through a range of forms such as community collaborations and in-situ co-creations with place. Some recent projects include a series of cyanotype photograms made during walks through green alleys (2015-2016), audio-visual portraits (slow motions) of moments encountered while walking with attunement (2008-ongoing), a sound performance installation, titled Gibideweshinimin, on the theme of coexistence made in collaboration with high school students (Oboro/Onishka, 2015), a participatory audio walk titled While Walking (DARE-DARE, 2014), and the curatorial project [in-tur-pri-tey-shuhnz] that explored the intersections between oral history and contemporary art (FOFA Gallery, 2011). Pohanna is currently a doctoral candidate in Art Education at Concordia University and an art history professor at Dawson College. 

 

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