Exhibition: Aaniya Asrani
July 12 @ 10:00 am - August 22 @ 6:00 pm PDT
The tongue of my ancestors is Sindhi, I can’t learn it anymore.
My mother tongue is Hindi, I can’t write it very well.
My father tongue is Kannada, I can’t read it at all.
My tongue is the colonizer’s, I can’t cut it off.
July 12 – August 22, 2021
in the Massy Gallery
Upstairs at Massy Books
229 East Georgia Street
Aaniya Asrani is an interdisciplinary artist, graphic designer and visual storyteller from Bangalore, India. Currently she is working and living on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples including the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish, and Musqueam, Nations. Her work investigates social, political and cultural systems in order to critique and question existing injustices, with the ultimate goal of facilitating empathy across diverse communities and systemic disparities.
This event takes place upstairs in the Massy Gallery, which is only accessible by a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, no audio tours are available at this time.
Massy Books is easily accessible by transit! Close to the 22, 3, 8 and 19 bus lines at Main and Georgia/Gore and Georgia. There is metered street parking along Georgia, or lot parking at the Sun Wah Centre around the corner (268 Keefer).