The Queer Arts Festival’s annual visual-art exhibit is every bit as diverse as the community it seeks to capture. This year, the curated program, called Games People Play, at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, spans everything from Dzee Louise’s veinlike mapping of the inner body to Angelina Cantada’s photographic storytelling. Look especially for painter Dana Ayotte’s new “Unspeakable” series (including Unspeakable III (right)), which plays with ideas of what is left unsaid, or what we choose to leave unsaid, about our private lives—multilayered explorations of the push for self-expression and the pulling back of self-consciousness. The exhibit runs in tandem with the Pride in Art Community Visual Art Show, at the same venue, through to August 13.
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