Anique J Jordan

Anique J Jordan employs photography, performance, poetry and installation to draw attention to the black body as a sight of futuristic imagining. Her current auto-biographical work looks at family history, survival of black women and the use of cultural production in gravely intimate, yet global journeys. She has worked in South Africa, Barbados and Ecuador as a creative and has been recognized locally and internationally for her work through awards, residencies and fellowships including representing Canada at the first World Afro-descendent Youth Summit.  Her recent photography exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Ontario, Crossroads Art Space and the Watah Gallery.

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