Moe Pramanick (she/her) June 1 – June 30
Hosted at West Toronto Railpath – UP Express Bloor Station, 1456 Bloor St W
This portrait series uses fashion as an avenue to re-imagine queer futurity and visualize feel-good freedom for racialized queer future folks. The artwork draws inspiration from cyberpunk and space imagery, drag, and the work of queer and trans-BIPOC designers, stylists and models. The purpose is to encourage collective imagination about how liberation for racialized queer folks makes us look and feel, providing a working point for building roadmaps to a transformative future.
Moe Pramanick (she/her)
Moe is a South Asian artist and illustrator based in Tkaronto, She explores grief, transformation, kinship, and other themes that emerge via explorations into relationships with herself, the land, and her loved ones. Moe is interested in using illustration, public art, and workshops to allow space for herself and others to nurture visions of a new world.
Moe has created works for clients including the International Committee of the Red Cross, StreetARToronto, and City of Waterloo. By day, she works as the Community Mobilization Coordinator at FoodShare, supporting the organization’s food justice advocacy work in Toronto.