video gallery toronto

Richmond St. gallery revives the lost art of video

Video art started in the 1960's, and has remained somewhat obscure and divisive ever since. However, this Toronto gallery boldly aims to bring it to the forefront through workshops, residencies, screenings, and lectures, and hopes to foster the same sense of community and political activism that first made the art form so important.

Read my profile of Trinity Square Video in the galleries section.


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