Liz Ikiriko is an artist, independent curator, photo editor, and currently the art director for online media arts journal The Ethnic Aisle. She has been immersed in the media arts community in Toronto for the past twelve years. Ikiriko has worked on national publications Toronto Life, Maclean’s, Canadian Business, and AWAY magazine, among others. As a curator, she has organized exhibitions with BAND Gallery, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Sheridan College, and the National Music Centre. She’s juried and reviewed portfolios at Ryerson University, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Flash Forward, and the Prize for Contemporary African Photography. Her curatorial work is centred on the practice of care, addressing hidden histories, and centring non-dominant voices. She is currently an MFA candidate in Criticism and Curatorial Practice at OCAD University in Toronto.