Ongoing Exhibitions

Plug-in ICA - Winnipeg, MB
When Veins Meet Like Rivers; ᑲᑎᓐᓂᖅ / okhížata / maadawaan

August 21 - December 17, 2021

When Veins Meet Like Rivers; ᑲᑎᓐᓂᖅ / okhížata / maadawaan an exhibition featuring asinnajaq, Kite and Dayna Danger, which will take place in our galleries from August 21 until December 17, 2021.

United States
OxyArts - Los Ángeles, CA
Encoding Futures: Critical Imaginaries of AI 
September 16 - November 19, 2021


Encoding Futures: Critical Imaginaries of AI assembles the work of artists who visualize the limits of our current algorithmic imaginaries, and envision speculative futures engineered for just outcomes.


As For Protocols:
Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road) 

Saturday, December 4th, 2021
7:00pm EST

PS122 Gallery

150 First Avenue
(Entrance on 9th Street between First Ave. and Ave. A.)
New York, NY 10009

Kite will be presenting her year-long Vera List Center supported project Hél čhaŋkú kiŋ ȟpáye (There lies the road) with a live performance and an exhibition in PS122 Gallery. The exhibition will engage with questions of how respect and reciprocity with the nonhuman, such as in Lakȟóta ontology, can inform art and world-making in a “Good Way.” This project is presented as part of the two-day symposium As for Protocols—
To Hold Things Together


HÉL ČHAŊKÚ KIŊ ȞPÁYE (There Lies the Road) and an Interview with Santee Witt

Friday, Nov 5, 2021
12pm EDT/9am PDT

Workshop: 60 minutes

Fellowship Project
Selected by 2021 Convening Partner Racing Magpie

Presenters: 2021 Convening Fellow Suzanne KiteMary Bordeaux, Santee Witt

This intimate workshop will lead participants through a discussion and collective songwriting session with and about the Lakȟóta relationship to stones a concept grown out of the writings of Vine Deloria Jr and Severt Young Bear Srby bringing together Lakȟóta elders, singers, linguists, translators, and scholars. Together, participants will discuss how and why new songs are written, where knowledge about stones comes from, how knowledge is transmitted through songs, and how songs function in the Lakȟóta world. 2021 Convening Fellow Suzanne Kite will guide the session as an interviewer, listener, and witness.

For more information on this workshop, please visit the Common Field's Website here.

Media Arts Xploration Festival Presents OÁYE AI

On view from November 5 - 7th, 2021.
New York, NY.

Presented by MAX, in partnership with 5 Corners Collective and Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud, South Dakota.

A breathtaking investigation of artificial intelligence and computation.
MAX, in partnership with 5 Corners Collective and the Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud, presents a photo series by the youth of South Dakota. With the landscape of South Dakota as the backdrop, these images shine a light on Indigenous framework that places one eye on scientific and commercial advancements and the other on Indigenous concepts of respect for oneself, one’s community, and the environment.

For more information on this event, please visit MAX's website here.

New York Live Arts
219 W 19th St,
New York, NY 10011

Proof of vaccination and face masks are required to attend this event.

Vancouver New Music Festival Presents: Electric Fields 

For the VNM Festival Kite will be presenting her most recent work, Take Care, My Boy (2021), a newly developed A.I. hair-braid interface performance, created with a collage of text and field recordings taken over the past six months. This piece includes experiments with A.I. text and machine learning interactions. The performance is available online from October 28th until November 10th.

To access the performance, please visit VNM: Electric Fields website

Afro Indigenous Futures: Indigenous Futurisms: A Conversation between Grace Dillon and Suzanne Kite 


ONLINE | Afro and Indigenous Futures: Indigenous Futurisms: A Conversation between Grace Dillon and Suzanne Kite

How can art engender liberating ways of knowing, imagining, and ultimately producing the world? And what is the role of indigenous scientific literacies in this endeavor? In face of the decadence of Progress as the modern world’s civilizational compass, scholar Grace Dillon and artist Suzanne Kite will engage in a conversation to explore different aspects of indigenous artistic and scientific engagements with reality to delve for alternative worlds, futures, and temporalities, which will be able to account for a more-than-human endurance through time. 

To register for this Zoom event, please use The New School's link here.
Toronto Public Library: Digital Literacy Initiatives
Thursday, November 17, 2021
7:00pm-8:30pm EST

Kite will be participating in a panel with the Toronto Public Library's Digital Literacy Initiatives team, a service area that advances knowledge through programming and staff training in digital privacy, data protection, and digital literacy for the Toronto Public Library. The panel will challenge privilege in big data and technology and wll be presented along side Dr. Alex Ketchum (Faculty Lecturer of the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies of McGill University. Director of the Just Feminist Tech and Scholarship Lab); Arjun Subramonian (PhD student at the University of California. Organizer of Queer in AI, co-founded QWER Hacks). 
Fever Dream (2021) Kite and Devin Ronneberg
Presented at the Leonardo ISTAT, part of The Wrong Biennale

Kite and Devin Ronneberg present their recent work Fever Dream (2021) as part of the Leonardo ISTAT at the Wrong Biennale, a digital exhibition.

To access the exhibition's pavilion please click here.

To access The Wrong Biennale, please click here.
Tulsa Noise and Unheard Records Present: LEYA/More Eaze // Kite & Nathan Young
Tuesday, November 16 at 8pm CST
112 N. Boston Ave E.
Tulsa, Oklahoma.

As part of Tulsa Noise and Unheard Records, Suzanne will be performing with Nathan Young, along with LEYA and More Eaze.


places where sounds turn to dreams...

Nov. 5 - Nov 24th, 2021
Hearth Garage

621 Bathurst, Toronto, ON, M5S 2R2

Ft. Julia E. Dyck, Simon Fuh, Kite, Matt Nish-Lapidus, and Carson Teal
Curated by Dhvani Ramanujam


November 5th, 2021
Exhibition open - 5PM onwards
Music by Jenny Laiwint and Simon Fuh - 7:30PM onwards


Please join us for the opening reception of our final exhibition of the season, curated by our curatorial incubator recipient, Dhvani Ramanujam!

places where sounds turn to dreams... is a group exhibition that focuses on artists that engage with sonic-worldmaking in their practices. Through a series of aural mediations, landscapes, and ecologies, the works on display ask viewers to consider how sound helps us locate the cracks and leaks in time and space, playing with themes of dreaming, speculation and memory.

For more information, please visit Hearth Garage website here.

Unheard Records:

Unstable Play / Tulsa Sound Tape Release

This cassette tape is a collaboration between Unheard Records and Cult Love Sound Tapes (Tulsa, OK), bringing together Mina Kim (Seoul) and Natty Gray (Tulsa) in a split tape which considers the sonification and amplifications of object-beings both massive and hand-held in scale, from a highway to a motherboard. This tape listens deeply into the previously unheard voices of human and nonhuman communities.

To access the tape, visit The Unheard Bandcamp here.

Unheard Records:
Ghost Sound Live Event

Thursday, November 18, 2021
Doors at 7:15pm, starts at 8:00pm UTC

Online Stream

In Person Event:

Boomgaardsstraat 69-71
3012 XA Rotterdam

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