Undeliverable

Jennifer O’Connor
Tangled Art + Disability, Toronto
September 17, 2021 — October 29, 2021

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
September 18, 2021 — February 13, 2022
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Carmen Papalia Reflection Circle (from Provisional Structure 1), installation view, 2021.
Photos : courtesy of Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
Tangled Art + Disability, Toronto
September 17, 2021 — October 29, 2021

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
September 18, 2021 — February 13, 2022

Entering Undeliverable, a group exhibition curated by Carmen Papalia, is to be within and without a space, to act and be acted upon, to discern and desire — to “occupy a point of orientation that is based in complex embodiment,” as Papalia suggests in his “Open Manifesto.” Papalia is an artist and disability activist who is concerned with curation as a form of care. For Undeliverable, he collaborated with six artists from the mad, deaf, and disability communities who have created works that “[re-envision] the museum around the demands and desires of the disabled body/mind.”

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