Room HNES 283, Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building, York University
An art space on the second floor of HNES. With a vision of being an initiative for radical movements and an inspiration for a new generation of environmental activists, the gallery is open to all artists in the field who would like to showcase their work and perspectives.
Current and Recent
Curators: Nashwa Lina Khan, Thereza Eric and Salwa Regragui
Welcome to Ephemeral Echoes, a collection of multimodal poetry art pieces that explore the complex relationships between the self and the world around us. This exhibition presents work that pushes the boundaries of what many know as traditional poetry and challenges viewers to experience a new form of artistic poetic expression. Multimodal poetry transcends the boundaries of traditional page poetry.
Each piece in this exhibition is a unique reflection of the poet's interpretation of self and or the world around them. Through a combination of visual, auditory, and experiential elements these pieces offer an immersive and thought-provoking experience that invites viewers to reflect on their own relationships with the world.
As you explore the exhibition, you will encounter works that are both transient and enduring, offering glimpses into the fleeting nature of existence and the work we produce, as well as. the persistent human desire for meaning and connection. From intricate collages that explore everyday life to interactive installations that invite viewers to become part of the artwork, each piece presents a unique perspective on the themes of self and the world.