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- King Edward VII Equestrian Statue Floating Down the Don is part of Nations by Artists at the Art Museum, University of Toronto, Feb-April 2022
- Life of Life of a Craphead screened in the 11th Seoul MediaCity Biennale, fall 2021
- Delfina Foundation residency, Performance as Process January—March 2020, London, UK
- Artists-in-Residence at the Toronto Biennial of Art presenting a special edition of Doored (a performance art show) on Saturday Sept. 28, 2019 at the Ireland Park Foundation
- Interview on Humour and the Abject podcast, episode 101
- Life of a Craphead project Angry Edit of Wikipedia Page in New Monuments for New Cities. Preview in the New York Times.
Entertaining Every Second (2018–19) ~ The title of this exhibition comes from a Nam June Paik quote: “I am a poor [wo]man from a poor country, so I have to be entertaining every second.” Press: ❁ Interview with Robin Simpson in c magazine ❁ Review on akimbo by Tammer El-Sheikh ❁ Exhibition essay by Jason Hirata (pdf)
King Edward VII Equestrian Statue Floating Down the Don River (2017) ~ A public art project in the Don River Valley Park ◉ Press: The Sunday Edition (CBC Radio) “A Colonial Era Statue Hits the Water…” ~ VICE “This Art Comedy Duo Dumped a Controversial Statue in a River” ~ Canadian Art “Eddie and Me” & “White Supremacists Target Anti-Monument Performance”
Doored was a bimonthly performance live TV show organized and hosted by Life of a Craphead (2012-2017, thirty shows). For shows photos livestream > doored.tv ◉ Press: Preview in Art in America