Joar Nango

Joar Nango (Sámi, born in 1979, Áltá, Norway; lives and works in Áltá, Norway) works with site-specific installations and self-made publications that explore the boundary between architecture, design and visual art. His work relates to questions of Indigenous identity, often through investigating contemporary architecture. Joar has explored modern Sámi spaces through the self-published zine Sámi Huksendáidda: the Fanzine, the design project Sámi Shelters and the mixtape/clothing project Land & Language. He is a founding member of the architecture collective FFB and is currently setting up a network of Sámi architects across Sápmi through the ongoing Indigenous architecture library project.

Programs

Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV: Ravine Screenings

Location: 72 Perth Avenue

On Sunday, May 15, the Biennial will host an outdoor screening of 3 episodes of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV in the outdoor courtyard of 72 Perth Ave, beginning just before dusk at 8:30 pm. Toronto’s ravine system is both location and subject for Joar Nango and Ken Are Bongo’s new artwork, jointly…

“Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV” Episode 6 Screening

Location: Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto

Join us for a special screening of Joar Nango and Ken Are Bongo’s Episode 6 of Post-Capitalist Architecture-TV. The screening will be followed by a conversation led by Toronto Biennial of Art Senior Curator Candice Hopkins and special guests.  June 2nd in the lobby of MOCA Toronto. Free screening begins at 4:30pm…

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