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  • Portfolio I
  • Andil Gosine (bio)

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Portrait no. 32 from (Made In Love): A Preview of Andil Gosine’s Wardrobes, 7 June 2013. Photograph, 4 × 6 in.

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Portrait no. 19 from (Made In Love): A Preview of Andil Gosine’s Wardrobes, 7 June 2013. Photograph, 4 × 6 in.

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Portrait no. 20 from (Made In Love): A Preview of Andil Gosine’s Wardrobes, 7 June 2013. Photograph, 4 × 6 in.

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Andil Gosine

Andil Gosine (whose work also appears on the cover of this issue) is a writer and artist who is currently an associate professor at York University, Toronto, where he teaches courses in contemporary cultural studies. Coauthor (with Cheryl Teelucksingh) of Environmental Justice and Racism in Canada: An Introduction (2008), his research has been published in several journals, including Sexualities, Topia Journal of Cultural Studies, Social Justice, International Feminist Journal of Politics, and Alternatives. He edited the groundbreaking “Sexualities” issue of the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. Gosine is also a contributor to the scholarly anthologies Queer Ecology, Queer Online, Queer Youth Cultures, and Queerly Canadian. He debuted his Wardrobes collection at the New York Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011. Over the three subsequent years, each textile or metal object was adapted to performances staged in Toronto or New York: Cutlass, Rum and Roti (Made in Love), and Ohrni. In 2014, his performance of Our Holy Waters and Mine was held at Queens Museum of Art, and he led the community arts engagement project Coolitude. He is currently completing a series of six short films about his resonances with various New York–based artists (Bathwater premiered at the New York City Mix Festival in November 2013), and recently participated in a staged reading of Lorraine O’Grady’s text Olympia’s Maid at the Hole Gallery in 2014.

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ISSN
1534-6714
Print ISSN
0799-0537
Pages
pp. 134-137
Launched on MUSE
2015-03-28
Open Access
No
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