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MEALS FOR A MOVEMENT








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Meals for a Movement is a digital exhibition consisting of a three-part audio series to be listened to during each meal of the day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 


Created by Annie Wong in collaboration with poet Faith Arkorful, music producer and vocalist Victoria Cheong, and Wong’s mother Ming Chau Vong, Meals for a Movement imagines a range of feminist sentiments — indignation, resilience, and solidarity — as bodily experiences of consumption and sustenance. Each episode creates a distinct acoustic environment through interplay of ASMR, poetry, and music to collectively foreground the voices of BIPOC women in instances of anger and fortitude as they manifest in everyday life and are metabolized as nourishment.

In close consultation the exhibition curator Letticia Cosbert Miller and the artist, I designed the visual and interactive elements of the exhibition. 

The exhibition was commissioned for Koffler.Digital, the digital art platform of the Koffler Centre of the Arts. 


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Natasha Whyte-Gray is an interdisciplinary designer, artist, and writer based in Toronto.
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