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T-SANG (BFA, NSCAD University) is an interdisciplinary artist with a varied & cerebral practice based in Toronto. T-SANG has exhibited in galleries, artist-run centres & art spaces including St. Mary’s University Art Gallery (SMUAG) (Halifax, NS), John B. Aird Gallery (curated by art critic Gary Michael Dault), Gallery 1313 and Toronto Evergreen Brick Works (Toronto, ON), to Latitude 53 (Edmonton, AB). In 2015, he was featured in an issue of Concrete Flux Zine (Beijing, CN).

His large scale public art installations have been exhibited across Canada in: Nocturne (Halifax, NS), Lumiere Festival (Cape Breton, NS), BIG on Bloor & Junction Summer Solistice Festival (Toronto, ON), W.A.V.E.S. Festival (Windsor, ON), igNIGHT (Ft. McMurray, AB), Nuit Blanche (Saskatoon, SK), Placemaker Program (Saskatoon, SK), to Glow Festival (Calgary, AB). Recently profiled in Maclean’s Magazine as “Art Star: NSCAD graduate...is the darling of the night-time installation crowd.”

T-SANG’s work of photographs, videos, text, object-making, reinterpretation of found ephemera, and installations are included in the collections of Sobey Art Foundation, SMUAG, Drake Hotel, Henderson Brewing Co. and as well other private collections around the world. T-SANG divides his time running a boutique-sized digital printing studio, Jeremy Does Art Prints and Double Happiness Projects, an art project space that seeks to support the projects of emerging artists, shining a light on alternative or underrepresented cultural makers and communities.