Andil Gosine (PhD, MPhil, BES) is Associate Professor in Cultural & Artistic Practices for Environmental Justice at the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.  His research, writing and  artistic practices explore imbrications of ecology, desire and power. Contact: andil@yorku.ca 

Current Exhibitions  
Relational Undercurrents at Delaware Museum of Art

Recent Reviews/Essays
Andil Gosine: Coolie Coolie Viens,” by Ramabai Espinet
Hidden stories in the family photo album,” by Nalini Mohabir
Meet the Most Exciting Caribbean Artists of 2018,” by Monique McIntosh
Cutlass: Objects toward a theory of representation,” by Kaneesha Cherelle Persard
Where Trauma Resides, by Vanessa Agard-Jones
Coolitude poetics of Andil Gosine,” Rajiv Mohabir
Solo exhibition...a powerful gift to visitors,” by Megan Meuller
Andil Gosine: Coolie Coolie Viens,” by Jasmine Sihra
Andil Gosine: A Geography of Movement,“ by Anvita Budhraja
A fresh view,” by Murray Whyte

New Publications
Coolie Coolie Viens (exhibition catalogue; click title for full list of contributors)
All the Flowers (catalogue with essay by Lanie Treen)
Desir Cannibale,” Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas
Animal,” C Magazine
My Mother’s Baby: Wrecking Work After Indentureship,“  in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought
Visual Arts After Indenture:  Autoethnographic Reflections,in South Asian Studies
Art After Indenture,” Small Axe 53

Images: Our Holy Waters, And Mine; Vishnu?; Coolie Colors; Caution: Will Bear No Fruit; Now and Then (aka Blow) (detail); All the Flowers of Canada (could not); Big Enough To Share; Hoodie (detail); 1, 2 (excerpt); Cane Portraiture; The Gospel of Patrick; Animal; Cutlass; Love Boat No. 1.