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Laundry Lines by MANGO PEELER

An interactive run and relay race that concludes with a silkscreen performance.

Photographs of local signs are made into screens and overprinted onto t-shirts by participants to deconstruct and transform the typography.

Once banned by the City of Toronto, celebrated laundry lines will hang with colourful t-shirts, creating vibrant festival flags. Bring your own old t-shirt and see you at the finish line.

MANGO PEELER is a tropical Filipino-Canadian Artist Athlete living in Toronto. Often described as a prolific artist, he works in a diverse range of media including collage, screen printing, installation, fashion, food, projection, ready-mades, workshops, the internet, plant healing, and performative athletics. Repetition and endorphins fuel his artistic process, which involves the collecting, sorting and patterning of found ephemera from daily training runs. Mango Peeler is interested in bringing people together through colour, energy and activating a sense of play.

Jepoy is ready to be your homeboy. Hes down for whatever, always hustlin but ready to party. Jepoy is a collage artist, working with the physical and cultural detritus of late-capitalist urban life. Hes gonna take what he can get and make it better, for you and for me. This is the dream of Canada, and Jepoy is here to tell the story JUST SO YOU DONT FORGET IT. - Zeesy Powers

Curated by: Aisle 4

Laundry Lines by MANGO PEELER

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