- Food + Drink
Inspired by Suzanne Barr’s story telling though food and her evocation of ‘memory’ Two hungry children will moderate an intergenerational discussion of all contributors of the residency for a two-part podcast feature. By highlighting key voices and their thoughts on diaspora migration and the artistic process, they will sit around the dinner table intending to mirror the colloquial discussions that were formative in Black Queer and Feminist communities as well as in their own blood and chosen families.
About Two Hungry Children:
Created by and featuring the voices of Montreal/Toronto based artists Kalale Dalton-Lutale and Cason Sharpe, Two Hungry Children is an experimental podcast following two friends as they explore issues of identity, Blackness, friendship, love, pop culture and the mundanities of everyday life. Two Hungry Children gives audiences an intimate look into the lives, thoughts and voices of young Black people in the Canadian context. Find Two Hungry Children on iTunes, Soundcloud and Tumblr.
Cason Sharpe is a writer currently based in Montreal. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in C Magazine, GUTS, Matrix Magazine, and Queer Codes: A Journal of Art History, among others. He is one half of the podcast Two Hungry Children. Follow him on Twitter @casonsharpe.
Kalale Dalton-Lutale is a writer, performer and playwright from Toronto. She has preformed in Pervers/Cite, Montreal MonoChrome, Playwrights Workshop Montreals’ Young Creators Unit Showcase and Kill Joy’s Kastle: A Lesbian Feminist Haunted House in Toronto and Los Angeles. Her play Pinky Swear will be apart of the 2017/18 season of Geordie Productions. Follow her on Instagram @fwenchfwiez.
Madelyne Beckles is a multidisciplinary artist and curator from Toronto. She has most notably performed at Art Basel Miami, Art Production Fund, and Freize Art Fair New York, MOMA and the AGO. Her work has been exhibited in Toronto, New York, Montreal and Los Angeles, and has been reviewed The New York Times Magazine, and C magazine. Follow her on Instagram @bellhoox
About Wedge Curatorial Projects:
Wedge Curatorial Projects is a non-profit organization with a focus on Black identity in contemporary art. Under the directorship of founder Kenneth Montague, Wedge organizes exhibitions and lectures that explore Diasporic narratives, identity and issues of representation. http://www.wed
Why Two Hungry Children
Kalale, Cason and Madelyne are young mixed race artists working in the genres of podcast conversation and performance who in their words “are as hungry as fuck” so we invited them in to eat and talk.