Koffler.Digital | Online Exhibitions from Toronto’s Koffler Centre of the Arts

Koffler.Digital is an online exhibition platform where artists are able to create, experiment and develop new work exclusively for virtual space.

Koffler.Digital is an online exhibition platform where artists are able to create, experiment and develop new work exclusively for virtual space.

Koffler.Digital is an online exhibition platform where artists are able to create, experiment and develop new work exclusively for virtual space.

Koffler.Digital
Koffler.Digital is a program of the Koffler Centre of the Arts that provides a virtual space where artists working in the field of New Media/New Genres are able to create, experiment and develop new work; and where conversation and dialogue between artists, activists and creatives is encouraged and documented.
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A sound, video and interactive work highlighting the loss and longing for ancestral cultural literacy, created by Golboo Amani in collaboration with Maryam Hafizirad and Mohammad Rezaei. Through personal interviews and poetic recitations, this digital exhibition unpacks the fear of cultural erasure and the longing for ancestral kinship experienced by immigrants and diaspora.

A Matter of Taste is a digital exhibition that uses food, and the cultures that surround it, to examine our relationships to one another, society and the world at large. The exhibition invites a number of artists and writers to ask questions such as where does our food come from, who prepares it, who consumes it, how do we remember it, what have we forgotten, what is there yet to learn?


Eleventh House is a digital project exploring the rituals of astrology reading and horoscope writing. Featuring original work by Meg Prosper, Walter Scott, annieanniewongwong, Emmie Tsumura, Meech Boakye and Dainesha Nugent-Palache.


Thresholds is a Koffler.Digital podcast hosted and produced by Maya Bedward in collaboration with members of Holland Bloorview’s Youth Advisory Council. Presented in 5 parts, each episode of Thresholds explores the experiences of these youth with disabilities, as they transition into the adult world.

There are Times and Places features four original artworks by artists asinnajaq, Dayna Danger, Coco Guzman, Mani Mazinani and Wuulhu. Each work explores ways in which the Internet functions (and sometimes fails) as an alternative, digitally constructed space for forming community, expanding identity and knowledge sharing.


Mariam Magsi, Shelley Niro, Kosisochukwu Nnebe and Carol Sawyer consider the implications (political or otherwise) of constructing one's own representation through photography, grappling with subjectivity, performance and visuality.

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