window: WINNIPEG'S ONLY 24 HOUR ARTIST-RUN CENTRE PRESENTS FRANCESCA CARELLA ARFINENGO

Location: Artspace Building, corner of Bannatyne @ Arthur [sidewalk level]

In partnership with CCC, window is pleased to present our forty-first installation,

Banner for a party (2018), by Francesca Carella Arfinengo, on view until February 15, 2019. The artist would like to acknowledge the support of Sean McLachlan in photographing the work.

(With a split heart

Dry cake

Dedos de chizito

Loud talking

Dancing in front of abuelita)

At the party

we laugh at the frustrating

About the artist:

Francesca Carella Arfinengo is a settler person of colour based in Winnipeg. She is an arts administrator and artist. Using mostly textiles, her art practice explores transculturalism, displacement and immigration. She is interested in the effects of colonialism in humanity's relationship to the land.

This installation was curated by Mariana Muñoz Gomez, on behalf of Collecting, Citing, Curating (CCC), a research cluster interested in the creative acts of collecting, citing, and curating, and in considering these active iterative processes that give objects meaning. CCC is based at the University of Manitoba, with funding from the University of Manitoba Institute for the Humanities.