Born: Harare, Zimbabwe | Resides: Toronto, Canada
Chiedza Pasipanodya (chee-ed-za pasi-pano-jga) works diligently as a curator, interdisciplinary artist and writer in a variety of themes around liberation, unearthing, and in-between spaces. In her artistic practice, her preferred mediums are collage, watercolour, photography and text. She is a recent graduate of OCAD University’s Criticism and Curatorial Practices.
Chiedza recently curated gestures: life in the shadow of a volcano (Ada Slaight Student Gallery), completed her thesis research titled New Perspectives on Black Women Artists In Canada Participating in the Arts For The Long Term and received a position with the Toronto Biennial of Art for their inaugural year. She is presently a member of We Curate, We Critique Collective, an arts collective invested in expanding the ways in which creative work by Black Canadians is engaged, promoted and supported.