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RECENT WORKS BY MICHAEL RAKOWITZ A presentation of two films by Michael Rakowitz, followed by an extended discussion with John Greyson. Co-presented with Images Festival and Pleasure Dome. SAVAC is pleased to invite you to a screening by artist Michael Rakowitz, to be held on 18 November 2019. In his multidisciplinary artistic practice, Rakowitz meticulously […]
In recent years, with the election of right-wing and fascist politicians around the world, the link between fascism and capitalism has become impossible to ignore. As profit overtakes happiness as the endeavour of humanity and austerity becomes the way of the land, the citizens of the modern nation have no choice but to go with […]
BOOK LAUNCH AND RETROSPECTIVE SCREENING Pleasure Dome is pleased to announce the Canadian Film Institute’s launch of Christine Lucy Latimer – Media Archeologist (edited by Mike Hoolboom), a new book featuring artist essays, reflections, poems, and creative responses to the work of Toronto’s own Christine Lucy Latimer. To celebrate this launch, Pleasure Dome is presenting […]
M. Woods in Person MEDIA GUERRILLA M. Woods is an American-Latinx media terrorist working in avant-garde film, video art, photography, collage, sound design, and performance. Woods’ work chronicles the spread of the Numb Spiral, the results of a digital sickness that manifests itself in the codification and symbolic negation of being. His work is a […]
Pleasure Dome welcomes submissions of experimental, time-based media works by Toronto and Greater Toronto Area (GTA) artists for our 25th 2020 edition of NEW TORONTO WORKS. Pleasure Dome is a year-round, artist-run presentation organization and publisher dedicated to experimental media. Pleasure Dome presents a variety of different genres, styles, and traditions, from those of the […]
Pleasure Dome stopped screening at Cinecycle following Taja Nicholle’s account because we oppose racism without conditions. Pleasure Dome recognizes that an act of racism occurred and we were publicly silent. We were dismayed, powerless, and perplexed at how to intervene, and this limited our ability to act in solidarity. Here and now, we apologize for […]