Gillian Toliver is a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. As an artist of mixed Scottish and Caribbean descent, her work often explores spaces existing in an inbetween, a world caught in a moment of creation. Resisting the systematic confinement and censuring of women’s bodies and identity, her work is a reaction to the absurdity, multiplicity and fluidity of being. Utilizing practices of labour, repetition and ritual, she navigates the condition of body and mind by creating new forms in which to explore personal mythologies.
Toliver has exhibited in both Canada and Italy. Her thesis work Paper Skin Makes Me Waver in the Breeze was awarded the Medal for Drawing and Painting and Nora E. Vaughan Award at OCAD University in 2019.
Image: Gillian Toliver, Tell My Skin I’m Here, Ink on handmade paper, 2022
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