Andil Gosine’s writing, research and artistic practice explore imbricated iterations of ecology, desire and power, and reference personal experiences growing up in Trinidad and Tobago and Canada, and living in the USA, UK and France, and their social histories.
An Associate Professor at York University, Dr. Gosine’s research has been published in several journals including Small Axe, Sexualities, Topia, Social Justice, Canadian Woman Studies and Alternatives. He edited the groundbreaking “Sexualities” edition of the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. He is also author of the monographs Environmental Justice and Racism in Canada, Rescue and Real Love and Sex for Pleasure, and a contributor to many scholarly anthologies including Queer Ecologies, Queer Online, Queer Youth Cultures, Sex, Power and Taboo and Global Governance and Sexual Rights.
Dr. Gosine’s arts practice began in 2011, and his video, photography, installation and performance work has been presented at Queens Museum, the Fashion Institute of Technology, the Jamaica Performing Arts Center and MixNYC in New York, at O’Born Contemporary, REEL Asian, Inside Out, the AGYU and Videofag in Toronto, Supernova in Washington DC and at Queer City Cinema in Regina. Reviews by and/or about him have appeared in Art in America, Of Note and ARC.