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Art Contemporary (1945-)

What It Feels Like for a Girl / Sinbad in the Rented World

by (author) Sally McKay, Derrick McCormack & R.M. Vaughan

Art Gallery of York University
Initial publish date
Aug 2012
Contemporary (1945-), General, Canadian
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    Aug 2012
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This two-part catalogue, which includes essays by Sally McKay, R.M. Vaughan and stories by Sheila Heti and Derek McCormack, documents two exhibitions curated by Philip Monk. What It Feels Like for a Girl featured work by Karma Clarke-Davis, Louise Liliefeldt, Peaches (with Kara Blake and j.d. Samson), Fiona Smyth, and Julie Voyce while Sinbad in the Rented World included Toronto queer artists Joel Gibb, Andrew Harwood, Will Munro and Jeremy Laing, Ian Phillips, The Ensemble of Tops 'n' Bottoms, and Scott Treleaven. Designed by Lisa Kiss.

About the authors

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RM Vaughan is a Toronto-?based writer and video artist originally from New Brunswick. His books include the poetry collections A Selection of Dazzling Scarves and Invisible to Predators, the novel A Quilted Heart, the play Camera, Woman and the novel Spells (ECW). Vaughan was the 1994-?95 Playwright in Residence at Buddies in Bad Times, and he writes about art and culture for a wide range of publications.

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Other titles by R.M. Vaughan