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
All You Can Hold
: Ange Loft / LAL with guests Ill Nana, Victoria Mata, Gaitrie Persaud and Jose Garia
March 1, 7pm
Floor 1, free

Advance tickets are booked. Limited tickets will be available at the door
Please see other events with Ange Loft and register for your free ticket to ensure your spot.

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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Ange Loft, A foreign source of extraordinary power. Photo courtesy of the artist.