Vince Rozario is an independent critic, curator, writer, arts administrator and community organizer based in Tkarón:to/Toronto by way of Bangladesh and Dubai. They are interested in collaborative modes of cultural production which transgress traditional institutional hierarchies. Their practice interrogates the ethics of representation and the role of art in building as well as subverting solidarity across racial and socio-economic divides. They have presented curatorial projects at Xpace Cultural Centre, the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre, as well as contributing to exhibition texts for Whippersnapper Gallery, InterAccess and Gallery 44. They were the winner of the 2018 C New Critics Award and have published criticism in Momus. They currently serve on the board of Whippersnapper Gallery.
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