SOROUJA MOLL MULTIMEDIA ARTIST
June 17, 2021 -Solitary Series: Pop Up Installation - Leuty Lifeguard Station, Kew Beach, Toronto. Music by Edward St. Moritz.
June 25 2021 - Inter Arts Matrix: X-Camera, "Solitary Series: 365 Days." Artist Talk
Site Installations 2021/2024 - Rückenfigur: 365 Days: Locations -Toronto / Montreal QC/ Tobermory/ Owen Sound, ON / London ON / Paris, France.
Aug 1 to 30, 2021 - Art Exhibition: "Duende" Tango Palace, Toronto, Ontario
Dec 1 to Jan 6, 2021 - Multi Artist Exhibition. Leslie Grove Gallery; Toronto, Ontario
May - July 2022 - Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Owen Sound. Solo Artist multimedia exhibition: 365 Days: you will never know.
May 28, 2022 - Conference. CATR 2022, Performing Emergence.
July 2022 - Rückenfigur: 365 Days - Paris, France installation
Sept - Oct 2022 - Rückenfigur: 365 Days - Toronto, Ontario
March 2023 - Co-directing Portia's Julius Caesar (Kaitlyn Riordan). Theatre of the Arts, University of Waterloo
Summer 2023 - Painting and Writing
Fall 2023 - "1939" Interview with Jani Lauzon and Kaitlyn Riordan. Canadian Theatre Review.
Performance | Theatre
Artivism (art + activism)
"The moment of change is the only poem"
Rückenfigur: 365 Days (Sites and Installations of projected media, music, sound exploring the solitary during the first 365 days of the pandemic and the future witness). July 2022 Paris, France. Unsanctioned Spaces Installations: 2023-2024
SITE INSTALLATIONS THAT EXAMINE SPACE, THE SOLITARY, AND THE AMBIGUITY OF INDIVIDUAL SHORELINES. THE FUTURE WITNESS AND PERFORMANCE AS CROSS TEMPORAL CONVERSATIONS.
"RÜCKENFIGUR: 365 DAYS" IS A SITE INSTALLATION THAT EXPLORES THE SOLITARY, THE WITNESS, AND THE TURNED FIGURE AND HOW MEANING IS MADE ACROSS DIFFERENT SPACES. MUSIC BY EDWARD ST. MORITZ.
A DURATIONAL MEDITATION WITH PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN EACH MORNING AT THE LAKE ONTARIO SHORELINE DURING THE FIRST 365 DAYS OF THE PANDEMIC.
About sorouja moll - multimedia artist
Dr. Sorouja Moll has a PhD in Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies (Concordia) in the fields of Communication, English, and Art History and an MA in English from the University of Guelph. As an interdisciplinary communication scholar, teacher, and artist her research-creation is interested in all forms of media and their manifestations in, among other areas, nation, memory, and identity. Moll’s current area of research includes durational meditations as an everyday practice in which transgression, enunciation, ambiguity, and emancipation can be explored through multimedia performance, site installation, photography, painting, creative writing, and research. Interests also comprise performance in|as photography and the role of "future witness" creating cross|intra temporal conversations (Rebecca Schneider, 2007). As an award-winning author, Sorouja’s writing has been profiled on CBC Radio and published in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Canadian Theatre Review, as well as academic and literary journals, and books. As a playwright and performance artist, Sorouja's work has been presented across Canada. She teaches communication studies and theatre and performance at the University of Waterloo in the Department of Communication Arts.