about the artists
Leila Fatemi is an emerging artist, curator and community arts worker based in Tkaronto/Toronto. Living between cultures, her work and curatorial endeavours stem from her daily experiences as a visible minority and aim to provide platforms and contribute alternative narratives to conversations of ethnic representation in contemporary art.
Megan Newlôhtin Feheley is a two spirit Cree (Ililiw, Chapleau Cree First Nation) interdisciplinary artist, curator and activist living and working out of Toronto, Ontario. They are currently working towards their BFA in Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University, and work predominately in sculpture/installation, beadwork, textiles, painting and video. Feheley’s art making is based in collaboration with community and land, with specific interests in knowledge transmission, resurgent material practices, environmental justice, Indigenous sovereignty, and decolonial approaches to art-making.
Zoma Maduekwe is a digital designer from Toronto. She works largely in the area of tech-art, using programming, physical computing and a variety of digital tools as the main materials in her artistic practice. Web applications, 3D video games, electronics design and electroacoustic designs are the most common mediums she uses to express reflections on how the present state uses and views tech.