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 Redd\Flagg Presents: 


 Performance and Installation by Koko 


 Text by Fan Wu 



Please join us in celebrating the culmination of our first Artist-in-Residence program.


Performance: Saturday, Dec. 8th, 7 pm 


Space is limited

Please RSVP to redding.flagg@gmail.com

Admission is free.


Exhibition hours: Monday, Dec 10th - Sunday Dec 16th, 2 - 6 pm (or by appointment)


Closing Reception: Friday, Dec 14th, 7 pm - 10 pm


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as prefix


from one point


   to another.

i don’t know for sure who/what i am, 

except that i was told i am (some)body.


i wrote a song about it


body as vehicle,

body as house,

body as document,

body as sculpture,

body as object with leaking contents,

as illusion

as truth

body as evidence

as proof





^ in constant process /transition.


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Koko is a multimedia artist born in Lima, Peru and based in Toronto, Canada. Through a mixture of poetry, performance, painting, installation and video, Koko explores the social, cultural and spiritual regimes that intersect the human body.  They are in a continuous dialogue between point 0 and 1 of the binary format, waltzing within the borders of fiction and reality. 


Fan Wu is a metamorphosis-induced fantasist whose ethos's trinity is responsiveness, surprise, and intimacy. He runs critical reading & creative writing workshops in conjunction with artist spaces across Toronto. His go-to karaoke songs include "Dancing in the Dark" and "Chop Suey!". To contact him for collaboration & camaraderie, please write to: fanwu2@gmail.com


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Directions / Accessibility:


Directions TBA  


Though the main space of the gallery is on the ground floor there is a slight step at the entrance and the washroom is not wheelchair accessible. 


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Redd\Flagg supports artistic practices by providing regular studio rentals and access to space for workshops and community-oriented events. 

Redd\Flagg's artist-in-residence program supplies a local emerging artist or collective with free studio space for one month. Through facilitated collaboration, studio visits and group critiques, the artist is given the opportunity to develop their work in a formal environment while receiving feedback from their peers. The structure of the residency is determined in close consultation with each artist or collective, dependant on their individual needs and capacities. A public exhibition or performance is optional.


In conjunction with each residency, Redd\Flagg commissions a piece of critical and / or creative writing, composed as an evolving response to the artist's work. Together with photographs and other documents of the artist's practice, the commissioned text will be published as a small booklet available in print and online.


The artist-in-residence program could not exist without the support of the artists who work full-time at Redd\Flagg. Thank you to all of our past and present studio-mates / friends / collaborators:  Johnathan Adjemian, Basil AlZeri, Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Victoria Cheong, Adrienne Crossman, Ryan Ferko, Oliver Husain, Felix Kalmenson, Katie Kotler, Jennifer Laiwint and Pöny.