A virtual, multi-sited, participatory exhibition of artworks exploring themes of disability culture and ritual

Gallery view of artworks.
Gallery view: part of the #CripRitual exhibition at the Tangled Art+Disability gallery. Image description: A view of five artworks displayed in a gallery with white walls, wood floor, and loft ceiling with a lighting system. The side walls hold a series of drawings arranged in a grid, and a series of six matted and framed photos. The back wall has two works: one installation with multiple elements through a set of curtains and cast in pink light, another with a table and a video showing a person’s head and shoulders. A fiber work hangs and sits on a plinth in the centre of the room by a pink bench. // Photograph by Michelle Peek Photography*.

Visit the in-person Exhibition

Toronto, Winter-Spring 2022

#CripRitual is a joint show with works at two galleries

Explore the Exhibition

Featured Artwork: Installation detail of a work by Sky Cubacub // Image description: a person listens through headphones and faces a screen showing three people in brightly colored fashions dancing in a celebratory manner. The dancing people appear to be people of color, and one uses crutches. // Photograph by Michelle Peek Photography*.

About #CripRitual

Ideas & People Behind the Show

Film still. Purple light casts over the corner of a bathtub. Various medications, a salt lamp, a candle, and a smartphone with a glowing screen are along ledge and vanity behind the tub. Caption reads "Water pouring into bathtub".
Featured Artwork: Still from a work by Stefana Fratila // Image description: purple light casts over The captions read, “Water pouring into bathtub.”.

Attend Virtual Events

Workshops & Discussions

Free, online public events featuring artists and curators

Detail of Artwork by Margeaux Feldman.
Featured Artwork: Affirmation card from the installation Soft Magic by Margeaux Feldman. // Image description: a collage on a black and white zebra stripe background, with a tan moon or rock, pink fluffy flowers, a hand holding a blanket, three drawings of gemstones, and a cut out of printed text that reads “Little by little, the healing adds up”.
Photo showing a person interacting with an element of an artwork by Maryam Hafizirad.
Gallery view: A person engages with a touchable element of a sculpture work by Maryam Hafizirad. Image description: a person with medium complexion and dark hair to the shoulders wearing glasses and a sweater with a red, black, and white pattern reaches out to touch a sculpture of a hand that is lifesized, yellow, reddish orange, and silver, and set on a black armiture on top of a white plinth. // Photograph by Michelle Peek Photography*.

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