Join us on February 24th at 7PM for an artist/curators’ conversation with artist nichola feldman-kiss, M(M)A senior curator Pamela Edmonds and curator Mona Filip as they discuss feldman-kiss’ recent work and practice as well as themes in the exhibition, Scapegoat. Audience Q&A included.
Please note the session will be recorded and available to view via the museum's YouTube channel.
About the exhibition
nichola feldman-kiss Scapegoat
February 9 – March 18
Curated by Pamela Edmonds and Mona Filip
On view at McMaster Museum of Art from February 9 – March 18, Scapegoat brings together two bodies of work by nichola feldman-kiss, centred on the artist’s prosocial, practice-based research exploring the role of the human body in geopolitics. As a first-generation Canadian with familial roots in the Caribbean and the Holocaust, feldman-kiss’ process-rich media installations unite the personal and the political, raising questions about how to witness and make sense of one’s implication in colonial history.
Register on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0_STTa7-S2WJus_qoOWrVg