• A new interview on the CBC radio show, On The Go with Ted Blade, discusses my new artworks about the historical links between Newfoundland and the transatlantic slave trade. The artworks are on display at the 2019 edition of the Bonavista Biennale in Newfoundland from August 17 to September 15, 2019.

    Listen to the interview here: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-47-on-the-go/clip/15731673-confronting-newfoundlands-role-in-the-slave-trade

     

    CBC Radio: Confronting Newfoundland’s Role In The Slave Trade

  • featured on CBC’s Art is My Country

  • Bell from the Wanted Series

    Bell from the Wanted series

    Wanted transforms ads posted by Canadian slave owners into fashion ads

    "Wanted takes newspaper ads placed by Canadian slave owners claiming their runaway slaves and recreates them as beguiling, defiant photographs."
    Vidal Wu, Canadian Art Magazine August 24, 2017

  • UnamedWoman

    Wanted at Yonge Dundas Square

  • On 2015-07-09,at 6:18 PM Novak, Kaz (KNovak@thespec.com) Subject: Cultural Parade      Hamilton  , Ontario, July 9, 2015  Miss Canadiana Camille Turner  leads the Cultural  Parade as Its  Your Festival  kicks off at Gage Park Photo  by Kaz Novak, The Hamilton Spectator      Sent from my iPhone

    Miss C leads It’s Your Festival Cultural Parade

    On 2015-07-09,at 6:18 PM Novak, Kaz (KNovak@thespec.com)
    Subject: Cultural Parade
    Hamilton , Ontario, July 9, 2015 Miss Canadiana Camille Turner leads the Cultural Parade as Its Your Festival kicks off at Gage Park Photo by Kaz Novak, The Hamilton Spectator

  • The Final Frontier series. Afronauts walking through the streets of Toronto.

    In the Final Frontier, Afronauts walk through the streets of Toronto.

     

    The Final Frontier

  • In Windsor, Ontario, Alana Bartol and I examined the history of slavery.

    Alana and I examining the history of slavery at Community Museum of Windsor.

    CBC News

  • SonicWalk

    Participants listening for hidden sounds during SonicWalk workshop at York's Summer Institute 2012

  • HUSH HARBOUR

    Participants experiencing HUSH HARBOUR, an Afrofuturist SonicWalk that presents a story from Toronto's Black past.

  • Hometown Queen

    Hometown queen is featured in KATALOG Issue 7: GEMINI – the (Alter Ego issue)

  • Fashionality

    Miss Canadiana, with curator, Julia Pine and artist, Cathy Daley featured in Canadian Art Magazine.