Andil Gosine (PhD, MPhil, BES) is Associate Professor in Art and Politics at the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.  His research, writing and arts practices explore imbrications of ecology, desire and power.  

New Exhibitions & Performances 
All the Flowers, Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Canada)
Our Holy Waters, And Mine at Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA
Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago
at Wallach Art Gallery, New York
Towards A Common Survival, Prairie Gallery, Chicago

New Publications
Coolie Coolie Viens (Exhibition Catalogue)
All the Flowers  (Exhibition Catalogue)
1, 2 (with Kelly Sinnapah Mary)
Where Trauma Resides,”  CQV
Visual Arts After Indenture:  Autoethnographic Reflections,” South Asian Studies
My Mother’s Baby: Wrecking Work After Indentureship,” Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought
Art After Indenture,” Issue 53 of  Small Axe
Andil Gosine: A Geography of Movement,” by Anvita Budhraja
“The Transient Aesthetic: Artistic Archives Beyond Colonial Countenance,” Uncommitted Crimes

Call for Papers: Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures & the Americas


A complete list of publications is available here, and previous exhibitions and performances here.  Contact: andil@yorku.ca 

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