In April & May 2018, while taking part in the 2018 OCM Bocas Literary Festival in Port of Spain, Trinidad, Sonia Farmer exhibited her work in adjunct art spaces Alice Yard and Granderson Lab.
Her artist book, A True & Exact History was on display at Granderson Lab in Belmont, which hosts a series of artists and designers in a collaborative and shared working space.
Some excerpts from A True & Exact History were also featured in the outdoor spaces at Alice Yard through the contemporary graphic design project toofprints, curated by Kriston Chen.
A contemporary art space and network in Woodbrook, Alice Yard hosts a series of artists’ projects and exhibitions, performances, discussions, readings, film screenings, and other events. Administered and curated by architect Sean Leonard, artist Christopher Cozier, and writer and editor Nicholas Laughlin, with the help of a growing network of creative collaborators, Alice yard also runs an informal residency programme that brings artists, curators, and others to Port of Spain.
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