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Oral History Interview with Cameron Bailey (2011)

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DP006 - Cameron (Final Transcript).pdf
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Title

Oral History Interview with Cameron Bailey (2011)

Subject

oral history, artists, multiculturalism, Desh Pardesh, South Asian

Description

In this oral history, Cameron Bailey focuses on the uniqueness of Toronto’s art scene; he says that artists in Toronto can work together despite difference. He is only vaguely aware of the politics within Desh Pardesh. He also speaks about multiculturalism as a mask artists put on to raise funds for more provocative work.

Creator

South Asian Visual Arts Centre (SAVAC)

Date

2011-05-07

Contributor

Anna Malla
LGBTQ Oral History DIgital Collaboratory (Elspeth Brown, PI)

Rights

Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

Format

PDF, M4A

Language

English

Type

Sound, Text

Coverage

Toronto, 1980's, 1990's

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Citation

South Asian Visual Arts Centre (SAVAC), “Oral History Interview with Cameron Bailey (2011),” The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions, accessed April 19, 2019, http://digitalcollections.clga.ca/items/show/810.

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