Ayumi Goto

Ayumi Goto
Ontario College of Art and Design | OCAD University · Faculty of Art

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am interested in exploring human-nonhuman and human-land relations. Collaborating extensively with Indigenous and racialized artists and intellectuals, I approach bioethics from a space of mind-body holism and relationality. I present performance-based art practice as a rigorous research method, an embodied study of bioethics, kinetic- and neuro-diversities, and gender nonbinarism.
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Photo stills of livestream performance: Yoko Ono - If you sing the grapefruit, eat the grapefruit
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Contemporary definitions of resilience stress adaptability to changing ecological and economic conditions (Berkes, Colding and Folke; Castleden, McKee, Murray and Leonard 369). But this approach to resilience is a measure of individual ‘fitness’ to an adaptive whole (Hughes 165; McMahon et al.; Walker and Cooper). Not only is this incongruous with...
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Performance artists Goto and Morin poetically reflect on one of their intense performances. In their interrogation about the intersections between temporality, body, and land, Goto and Morin articulate the ephemerality of performance through a simultaneously visceral and theoretical lens. The text ponders on the often unspoken experiences of interc...
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Performance artists Ayumi Goto and Peter Morin poetically reflect on one of their intense performances. In their interrogation about the intersections between temporality, body, and land, Goto and Morin articulate the ephemerality of performance through a simultaneously visceral and theoretical lens. The text ponders on the often unspoken experienc...
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Guest co-editors Jonathan Dewar and Ayumi Goto discuss the importance of incorporating artists' perspectives in national discourses on reconciliation. They specifically address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and present the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) artists whose works respond to and critique the scope and v...
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At a time when renewed emphasis is being placed on the role of the family in providing care for elderly people, shifts in family structures and the demographic profile of societies such as Atlantic Canada are impacting on community structures foundational to familial caregiving practices. Research shows that family members who attempt to provide fa...

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