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🔮 SNACK WITCH JONI CHEUNG 🍡 September 5 - October 7, 2023

🔮 Snack Witch Joni Cheung 🍡 is a grateful, uninvited guest born—and knows she wants to die—on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh, Stó:lō, and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh peoples. They are a Certified Sculpture Witch with an MFA from Concordia University (2023). She holds a BFA with Distinction in Visual Art (2018) from the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. As a wicked #magicalgirl ✨ who eats art and makes snacks, she has exhibited and curated shows, off- and online, across Turtle Island. Currently, they are based on the stolen lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka peoples.

They are a recipient of numerous awards, including the Research and Creation Grant: Canada Council for the Arts and the Dale and Nick Tedeschi Studio Arts Fellowship. She was waitlisted for the SSHRC - Joseph-Armand Bombardier: Canada Graduate Master’s Scholarship.

Aside from art-making/imagining/writing, Joni likes doing snack and beverage reviews, medium length walks at the beach, being wrapped into a blanket burrito 🌯, and her perfect first date involves a thorough walkthrough at grocery stores and bubble tea 🌈.

At Struts, she'll be researching the history of Chinese migration to unceded Mi’kma’ki territories, reflecting on New Brunswick food histories and systems. 


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October 9 – November 10, 2023

Jordan Hill is a multimedia artist from T’Sou-ke Nation (Victoria, B.C.), currently based on Mi'kma'ki Territory (Halifax) since 2021. His practice involves heavy use of 3D animation and projection to physically consume spaces and facilitate moments of sensory contemplation. This work and research alludes to a growing problem within contemporary culture where the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred. He investigates our ability to navigate a manipulated world where truth is incredibly difficult to locate. Through the intersection of digital and physical environments and structures, he questions the thematic parallels between both real and virtual spaces of the in-between. Jordan’s work aims to intervene in a world moving far too quickly, and in what ways we allow the speed and the artificial to undermine our own intuition.


During his time on the east coast, Jordan has worked with the Centre for Art Tapes, Third Space, Arts Atlantic Symposium, and Memory Activism Symposium to collaborate and display works of his own. Through the Struts Residency, he is developing projects that compare fleeting and wasteful qualities in both virtual space, and urban development trends.



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