Alex Furtado is a professional artist and archivist based in Toronto. Primarily working with sculpture, their practice engages notions of evidence, value, and language to find the locus of record/body in objects and landscapes.
Carla Sierra Suarez
Carla Sierra Suarez is a Mexican multidisciplinary artist based in Tkaronto, currently pursuing a BFA in Sculpture/Installation at OCAD University. In their practice, Carla explores themes of identity such as their dual identity as part of the Latin diaspora and being a Muslim convert, as well as identity with mental health and their experiences with Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, and PTSD.
Carmina Miana is a Toronto-based artist interested in
storytelling and image-making through the synthesis of digital and analog mediums. She values material meaning and strives to bridge the gaps between art, design, and craft. Carmina’s work draws on her interest in ecology, female labour, and her identity as a Scarborough-raised Filipino.
James McDowell is a Toronto painter that combines contemporary and historical figurative painting techniques, exploring the genre’s ability to connect with individuals. His practice features exposed preparatory underpaintings that transform the artistic process into an aesthetic element in the final composition. James has a BFA in Drawing and Painting from OCAD University and studied art history in OCAD’s Florence Off- Campus Studies Program.
Rashmeet Kaur is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Guelph completing a Bachelor of Science degree. Her mixed media artwork and poetry have been published in Kaleidoscope and Margins Magazine.
You can visit her online at https://dissectionoftheself.wordpress.com/
or follow her @_rashmeet.k on Instagram for more artwork and poetry.