Morris Lum is a Toronto-based Trinidadian-born photographer/artist whose work explores the hybrid nature of the Chinese-Canadian community through photography, form, and documentary practices. His work also examines the ways in which Chinese history is represented in the media and archival material. Lum’s work has been exhibited and screened across Canada and the United States.
Current Exhibitions & Programs
2022 / core / exhibitionSep 14–Dec 3Ten Canadian artists employing photographic media to engage with issues of identity and belonging