Andil Gosine (PhD, MPhil, BES) is Associate Professor in Cutural and Artistic Practices for Social and 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  
Deities (Part I) at RISE Gallery, New York
Relational Undercurrents at Portland Museum of Art
Common Survival at GAS, Los Angeles

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.