A. K. Prince is a multi-dimensional artist creating poetry, video and dance. Her video trilogy – Suicide Note – premiered at Berlin’s People of Colour Trans and Queer Film Festival in 2011 and has been taught in university classrooms for a queer theory course. At present, she is working on a series of video shorts that bring to life the complexities of migrant temporalities and thought processes across multiple geographies. Sarron da Saag will be a first part of a set on food poetics. She has also released a photo project Line with A colour deep (2016) and first published in Q? Y Art?: Queer & Trans ‘South Asian’ Youth and Art (2013). Line features the many facets of line taking form in unique everyday patterns as a way of challenging institutionalized, gendered and racialized boundaries. Her stage performances in Toronto include Colour Me Dragg, Inside/Out Film Festival’s Transplanetarium Party, BrOWN//out stage at Pride Toronto, and Making a Stage for Our Stories.