Troy Jackson is an Afro-Nova Scotian, Gay, Muslim, Father, Son, Husband, Twin, Brother, Performer, Singer, Writer and Artivist. Jackson’s work utilizes pop music, film, and the written word to express themes of Queer and Black liberation. Among other notable showings, his work has shown at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Inside Out Film Festival, and the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Cafe at the end of the future: a crip performance extravaganza
Location: Small Arms Inspection Building
Set in 2040, this afternoon performance – conceived by 2022 Biennial artist Syrus Marcus Ware and featuring performers Aeshna Ware-Huff, Janice Lee, Jaz Fairy J, Troy Jackson, and LAL – takes place in the future community of MBL Freedom and offers a mind-expanding performance exploring disability justice, queer and crip…