Victoria Sin at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto
Victoria Sin’s video works “Tell me everything you saw, and what you think it means” (2018) and “Illocutionary Utterances” (2018) are part of the group show “Age of You” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto, Canada. “Age of You”, which is curated by Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland and Hans Ulrich Obrist, is a timely exhibition about how the self has become more extreme, and what it means to be an individual today, with graphic design by Daly & Lyon and over 70 visual contributors from the worlds of art, design, filmmaking, photography, performance and electronic music. The exhibition continues till January 5, 2020.
Of note is the re-staging on November 28th of the special performance “If I had the words to tell you we wouldn’t be here now” (2019) that concluded Victoria’s Sin’s residency at Chi-Wen Gallery in January of this year. For the performance at MOCA Toronto, they will be accompanied by percussionist Nikki Joshi.