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Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 2Village Print Shop, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
This temporary community print shop engages with the public to print materials for various participating artist activists and organizations. This project is an active print and distribution hub to disseminate the voices of the revolution.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 5Postcapitalist Propaganda, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
Postcapitalist Propaganda is an interactive advertising campaign, using animation, printed matter and live performance. It’s about a future where postcapitalism is hegemonic and capitalism is resistant.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 6Toronto Through Sound, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Sound Installation
Toronto Through Sound is a 10 minute soundscape that explores Toronto’s rich Immigrant and Indigenous History over the last 50 years, with a focus on the present and a glance into the possible future.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 7Cosmic Melanin: Enter The Loop, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Performance Art
Enter inside a stargate with 88 Days Of Fortune + Friends!Join us where art, music and magic combine to help shift us all into a new dimension filled with positivity and hope for a better world.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 9Monument to (Im)mobilization, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
Monument to (Im)mobilization sees migrants in struggle as revolutionaries. It is a 1:1 scale installation of a maximum security immigration detention cell accompanied by audio/textual artifacts of migrants in revolutionary moments in recent history.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 10The Viminal Space, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
The Viminal Space explores the social and legal framing of sex workers as victims and criminals simultaneously: victims if they do not agree to be criminalized and criminals if they don’t agree to be victimized.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 11How we RISE from our struggles, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
The RISE container represents the distance between the heart and the mind. Explore the struggles created by oppression, and the disconnect in the harmony of the mind and heart. Vulnerability is the platform for human existence.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 14The Stolen People, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Intervention
The Stolen People transports the public 100 years into the future- to a post-apocalyptic bunker holding great secrets. By day, a work station for the proletariat, by night, home to an underground alliance.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 16The Rematriation of Revolution featuring Red Slam, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Performance Art
Bring your Medicine. Bring your Message. Engage with us; through HipHop Warriorism; exploring the interconnectivity of intention on this land and our capacity to awaken resilience.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 18'More or Less', Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Installation
A collaboration between the artists, Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge, and members of Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP). The project addresses issues of poverty and the history of resistance by the dispossessed in Toronto.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 20Lukumi Dub Opera: 150 Years Before & After , Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Performance Art
Lukumi Dub Opera by d’bi.young anitafrika is an afro-futurist performance art piece that explores a fictitious environmental fallout from a nuclear disaster, set in Ontario. It casts an eye 150 into the past and 150 years into the future.
Remove from my nightPerformance Anxiety Map # 21Domesticate Me, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen Street West Interactive Installation
“Domesticate Me” re-tells the story of the capabilities of women, by focusing on the importance of domestic labour and reimagining them in a visual language not often portrayed by mass media and society.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 22We Told You We Would Return, College Street & Queens Park (Located within Queens Park road closure) Re-Performance
An exuberant gathering atop a flatbed truck evokes a moment in Toronto’s history when members of the Black Lives Matter movement came together in a march from Toronto Police Headquarters and Native Child and Family Services to Queen’s Park.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 23Holding Still // Holding Together, Medical Sciences Building Courtyard1 Kings College Circle (Accessible from Queen's Park Crescent road closure.) Video Installation
One of the tools of protest is passive resistance. Removing all visible symbols of power, a group of dancers imitate these complicated gestures including clutching, holding, rescuing and caring.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 24Listen to the Chorus, Ontario Police Memorial Park23 Queen's Park Crescent East (Accessible from Queen's Park Crescent and from Grosvenor Street.) Immersive Installation
A multi-screen chorus mimics, disrupts, and reimagines words and conversations around the state of women’s rights and our possible futures.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 25Spectre of the Future Accused, McLuhan Coach House39 Queen's Park Crescent East New Media Installation
This project brings to life the Canadian socialist W.A. Pritchard who was arrested for organizing the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919. Speaking for three straight days to defend himself, his speech is adapted and exhibited for the present.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 26Automobile, Wellesley Street West & Queen's Park Crescent West (Access the Queen's Park Crescent underpass from Wellesley Street West.) Variable channel sound performance for cars with super modified stereo systems
Meeting after hours, cars are gathered and ignite engines and speakers simultaneously in an orchestrated effort. The sounds make people feel the music through the body and with dance.
Remove from my nightThe possibility of everything Map # 27Where Once Stood a Bandstand for Cruising and Shelter, Edward VII Horse Sculpture111 Wellesley Street West (Accessible from the Queen's Park Crescent road closure in Queens Park (north of the Legislative Building)) Sculpture
Prose, dialogue, quotes, and lists get word out for protests. Attached to a massive bronze equestrian statue, the banners counter with a warm, pulsing, desiring, horizontal political body.
Remove from my nightThe Night Circus Map # 30Serpent People, Old City Hall60 Queen Street West (Inner courtyard, accessible from Albert Street) Live Theatre Provocation, Intervention, Interactive Installation
A series of interactive theatrical provocations on human consumption based on The Black Sturgeon stories, grounded in Anishinaabe Intelligence from Nipissing First Nation, North Bay, as told by Perry Mcleod-Shabogeesic.
Remove from my nightThe Night Circus Map # 31Laxa’ine’ gigukwdzikasi’ gigukwas Hayałiligase’, The Many Large Houses of the Ghosts, Old City Hall60 Queen Street West (Clock Tower on south facade, best viewed from the intersection at Bay & Temperance) Projection, Installation, Intervention
Projections of hand-drawn pictographs on the Old City Hall clock tower recall colonial history and address unresolved histories with Indigenous peoples. Nicolson presents her work as a guest outside of the west coast.
Remove from my nightThe Night Circus Map # 32In Conversation: Becoming an Accomplice, Cloud Gardens14 Temperance Street Participatory Installation, Social Sculpture
This project centres on solidarity building with Indigenous Nations based on the articles Notes on Becoming an Accomplice and Sister Notes on Becoming an Accomplice.
Remove from my nightThe Night Circus Map # 33Manitowapow, speaking to the moon, First Canadian Place100 King Street West (East Atrium - accessible from Bay Street) New Media Installation, Sculpture
Wigwam-informed domes project imagery of human impact on the earth. Complemented by ambient audio recordings of the land, this immersive 360-degree experience reflects on contemporary environmental issues as witnessed by the moon above.
Remove from my nightThe Night Circus Map # 34Kitakio'sinnooniks, Campbell House Museum160 Queen Street West Film Installation, Performance Art
A theatrical parody on evening entertainment for roaming insomniacs alike broadcast live from Campbell House Museum over 12 hours. Programming includes audience interviews, invited guests, a midnight tea party, live music, and film screenings.
Remove from my nightBefore Day Break Map # 35the future is a distorted landscape, Yonge-Dundas SquareYonge Street & Dundas Street (Project will be hosted on the screens around the Square and various screens along Dundas Street West.) Video Installation
This new video installation, dispersed across multiple screens, imagines visions of a potential future, both good and bad, offering a way to encourage the collective creation of a better one.
Remove from my nightBefore Day Break Map # 36The treaty is in the body, Trinity Square Park24 Trinity Square (The project is adjacent to the Toronto Public Labyrinth in Trinity Square Park. Entrance to the project is at the north end of the park.) Video Installation
Lukin Linklater works to transmit ideas which though invisible our bodies respond to. "The treaty is in the body" arose out of the artist’s research on Indigenous understandings of treaty, which implicate Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Remove from my nightBefore Day Break Map # 371967: A People Kind of Place, Toronto City Hall (north side)Elizabeth Street & Hagerman Street Video Installation
In 1967 the town of St. Paul, Alberta erected the world’s first UFO Landing Pad. Proclaimed as a symbol of Western hospitality, this site becomes a focal point for the artist's video exploration of Canadian immigration reform.Plays at :00, :20, :40 mins.
Remove from my nightBefore Day Break Map # 38Embassy, Plaza at 52 Division255 Dundas Street West Installation
Embassy is an imagined, temporary, foreign mission. This large-scale installation built from scaffolding and building wrap suggests a space half-built, still in process, on its way to becoming something larger and more permanent.
Remove from my nightBefore Day Break Map # 39The Forest, AGO Art Gallery of Ontario, Walker Court317 Dundas Street West (The project will start with a performer in Walker Court, with messages traveling via "human microphone" between performers both inside and outside the gallery.) Performance Art
Inspired by the ingenuity of the "human microphone"– an activist technique used to amplify speech in public gatherings, The Forest explores the capacity for words to create bonds between people across time and space.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 40TRUTH, Yonge-Dundas Square1 Dundas Street East Sculpture
TRUTH argues the potential of something or someone that might otherwise be rejected or thrown away. Using recycled clothing and textiles from H&M’s Garment Collecting Initiative, TRUTH, reimagines discarded garments transformed into a work of art.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 41Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction: Domestic Scene (EAPR), Design Exchange234 Bay Street Video Installation
Inspired by a photo found in a high school yearbook, the original, a still from a school play, depicts two young men in a shabby apartment. From this image Kelley has re-staged a 'Domestic Scene': the protagonists' unnerving, histrionic, relationship.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 42
401 RichmondBrick, Brink and a Space in Between, 401 Richmond Street West Drawing, Video, Installation, and Perfromance
From dusk until dawn, 401 Richmond presents a program of challenging and exciting exhibitions, installations and performances created by both homegrown talent and by artists from as far away as the Canadian Arctic.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 43
Aga Khan Museum, Aga Khan Park & Ismaili Centre TorontoNomadic Architecture, 77 Wynford Drive Performance Art
The Aga Khan Museum, Ismaili Centre of Toronto and the Aga Khan Park come alive with immersive and exciting performances and installations.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 44
Art Gallery of OntarioLook:Forward, 317 Dundas Street West (First Floor Galleries) Installation
Look:Forward is an exciting reinstallation of the AGO Collection galleries. Explore galleries of the AGO’s Modern Art, Photography and Europoean Art collections, all open for free for Nuit Blanche Toronto.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 45
Artscape YoungplaceMeeting - Place, 180 Shaw Street Multi-media Installation, Video and Photography
Meeting- Place discusses the notion of a collective or community experience, draws upon individual and shared histories and highlights the significance of one’s sensory perception of space.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 46
Bata Shoe MuseumColouring Outside the Box, 327 Bloor Street West, 416 Interactive Installation
Up for a little night colouring? The Bata Shoe Museum's atrium will exhibit striking ‘shoeboxes’ covered with black-and-white shoe outlines. Over the evening visitors will colour them in and transform the boxes into vibrant multi-coloured sculptures.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 47
Prosperity for AllProsperity for All, East Harbour (formerly Unilever soap factory)21 Don Roadway (Enter via parking lot) Exhibition
Discover the magic of EDIT: Expo for Design, Innovation & Technology at night when it opens it doors for an immersive dawn-to-dusk experience that considers the meaning of Prosperity for All.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 48
The Gladstone HotelFly By Night, The Gladstone Hotel1214 Queen Street West (Accessible from Queen Street, manually operated elevators to upper level) Installation
#FlyByNight2017 is a series of ephemeral performances and installations that embody unexpected, boundary-pushing, creative, one-night-only art experiences within Toronto’s oldest continuously-run hotel and cultural hub.
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OCAD UniversityTonight’s Special: Bannock, Mille-Feuille and Berries, OCAD U offsite locations100 McCaul Street (Butterfield Park; 49 McCaul Street; 205 Richmond Street West; 199 Richmond Street West) Media Projection, Sculpture, Installation, Painting and Long-Duration Performance
Explore Indigenous survivance, urbanization and environmental concerns in OCAD University’s Nuit Blanche program with projects on McCaul St. (between Dundas/Queen) and at the corner of Richmond St. W./Duncan St. Curated by Jason Baerg and Tak Pham.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 51
Ryerson Image CentreFlash Forward, Flash Back , 33 Gould Street (One block northeast of Yonge & Dundas Square) Slideshow Projection
This acclaimed photography museum features 4 new shows: The Faraway Nearby: Photographs of Canada from The New York Times Photo Archive along with the best young artists from the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Emerging Photographers Competition.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 52
F_RM labSTARscape, 5 Camden Street Installation
This installation features an undulating fabric canopy catching digitally generated projections of stars interpreting the northern Canadian night sky. This contrasts the unfortunate reality of Toronto's current empty and light polluted night sky.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 53
Warm Up To Me CollectiveWarm Up To Me, 393 University Avenue (Walkway between 393 and 439 University Avenue, accessible via Centre Avenue) Interactive Installation
Six neighbourhoods that live worlds apart, diverse and homogenous, now in the city's core: hear their stories. Jane & Finch, Leslieville, Parkdale, Rosedale, Thorncliffe, Forest Hill, and experience what a living space from each would be like.
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Help the DEPARTMENT commemorate overlooked civic sites, including a unique palliative care hospice, an 1883 polling station and other iconic Toronto sites. Dialogue with other Torontonians, listen to their memories and share some of your own.
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SubZeroArtsTransmissions, 401 Richmond401 Richmond Street West Installation
Explore a unique multipoint sound sculpture using the sounds of sunspots, cosmic radiation and radio anomalies. Visitors of all ages are invited to interact with an immersive sensory environment created by otherworldly sounds broadcast by metal antennae.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 56
8elevenStratigraphy: Landscape Imprints, 401 Richmond401 Richmond Street West Installation
Challenging the notion of obsolescence, the installation folds past, present, and future into one instant of interaction. The floating crystal chandelier sculpture takes viewers into an ephemeral 3-dimensional map of Toronto’s landscape and stories.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 57
[R]ed[U]x LabDELIGHT, 401 Richmond401 Richmond Street West, 647 Interactive Installation
This interactive installation uses ambient noise levels within an enclosed space in order to activate suspended orbs of light to move in a sine wave. As the noise volume of the space increases or decreases, the orbs move faster or slower in response.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 58
Jessica BebenekThe Waste Land, 401 Richmond401 Richmond Street West (Freight elevator on main floor) Performance Art
Watch this interactive performance grow throughout the night as the artist translates T.S. Eliot’s canonical 500-line poem into a knitted tapestry. Touch, listen, read, and discuss ‘The Waste Land’. Follow along & join in at #k2togproject, @notyrmuse (IG)
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 59
Domanique GrantPLAYHOUSE: Invisible City , Artscape Sandbox301 Adelaide Street West Urban Design, Architecture, Interactive Media, Performance Art and Music
Domanique Grant’s music album PLAYHOUSE will be brought to life by taking you through an interactive maze that reimagines the future of Toronto’s hidden public housing neighborhoods and downtown streets.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 60
Sean Cartwright & Kristina BokaTamo Vamo, Artscape Youngplace180 Shaw Street Video Installation
Recounting the story of a young woman who escaped Sarajevo in 1992 and the decision she faced to either stay in Canada or return home and start again.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 61
Simin KeramatiThe Space In Between All The Physical Objects, Artscape Youngplace180 Shaw Street Video Installation
This work is about the causes of migration, when people must flee their home countries due to war and hunger, and about the experience of being in a transitional, displaced state.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 63
Anne HanrahanLayered Cities, Artscape Youngplace180 Shaw Street (Two Penny Café: 7 pm - 2 am) New Media Installation
Explore urban possibilities for the future of Canadian cities by moving through layers of projected images of cities from both Canada, and countries that Canadians have originated from. The layered images change as the audience moves through the space.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 64
Kaitlynn McQuestonHere Is Where You Hid, Bata Shoe Museum327 Bloor Street West (Back alley), 416 Sculpture
Inviting thoughtful connections between the viewer and Toronto’s landscape, these sculptures express a leap of faith that the tranquility of an idealist vision of nature held near to one’s heart can resonate freely among urban industrial surroundings.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 65
Campbell House Museum in partnership with Harley ValentineFuture writing exercises on Terrazzo Tower, Campbell House Museum160 Queen Street West (In the garden at the northwest corner of Queen & University) Sculpture and Performance
Valentine engages with the Cordian element of Terrazzo Tower, rearranging the sculptural piece within its unique urban/pastoral setting.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 66
Sarah KeenlysideLabyrinth 2017, CBC250 Front Street (Main atrium) Video Installation
Labyrinth 2017 is an immersive video and sound installation that references In The Labyrinth, a film installation staged at the Canada Pavilion at Expo '67. Expo67 presented the dream of a better future for by design. 50 years later, where are we now?
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 67
Deaf Culture CentreThe Magic of Visual Language, Deaf Culture Centre15 Mill Street Performance Art
Sign language with blacklights demonstrate the magic of visual language. The photographer invites you to watch language unfold through her lens.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 68
Glory Hole GalleryX, Y, & Zed , Glad Day Bookshop + Glory Hole Gallery499 Church Street (The space has a gender neutral and accessible washroom on site), 416 Sculptural Installations
In a one-of-a-kind space visitors are asked to take a peek inside the small gallery spaces, and at the press of a button bring to life what each artist has responded and contributed to the exhibition theme of the present and future of gender expression.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 69
Elizabeth MiltonPunching a Pillow Until the Sun Rises, Gladstone Hotel1214 Queen Street West (Performance will take place in a private hotel room (Parlour of Twilight: Room 405) and be live-streamed into an exhibition space within the Gladstone Hotel.) Video Installation
Staged within a hidden hotel room, a tragic-comic diva spins through an endless cycle of hysterical destruction in front of a live-streaming camera.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 70
Studio F MinusDisturbing Graffiti, 4120 Graffiti AlleyGraffiti Alley & McDougall Lane (Access from Queen Street West at McDougall Lane.) Light Installation
Collaborating with Studio F Minus, a group of designers and students will create and implement a temporary site-specific installation that uses different lighting strategies to illuminate public art and buildings in Toronto's Graffiti Alley.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 71
Wilfrid Laurier UniversityThe Nature Deficit Disorder (NDD) Clinic , Laurier Toronto130 King Street West (Main Floor, Exchange Tower) Intervention
TORONTO, 2040 - Nature has become inaccessible to the masses, urbanites have little choice but to access nature virtually. This futuristic intervention unveils where the lines between ‘natural’ and ‘virtual’ reality get blurred.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 72
EnvisionTOProject Mackenzie, Mackenzie House82 Bond Street Interactive Installation
As William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's rebel mayor, incredulously stared out his window, all he knew is that he was no longer in the year 1859. His house? Now the site of an EnvisionTO time portal. The portal will open: 09.30.17 at 19:00:00
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 73
TCDSB ArtistsWe Are / C'est Nous, Monsignor Fraser College - Isabella Campus146 Isabella Street (Located outside, at the back of the building; follow the east driveway.) Installation
Over 200 tessellating artworks will be collected to form a collaboration of Canadianess. Bold, colourful, subtle and engaging, the panels will embrace the diversity of Canada150 and demonstrate the creativity of multi-culturalism.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 74
Monsignor Fraser College Toronto Catholic District School BoardPassage Into the Light, Monsignor Fraser College (Isabella Campus)146 Isabella Street, 416 Interactive Installation
Behold a symbolic narrative on migration. Follow the journey of afflicted migrants, peek inside their future dwellings and watch their transformation. The voyage culminates with a red-and-white mosaic dwelling that radiates a kaleidoscope of colours.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 75
SUPER/TYPICALPorta-Party, Nathan Phillips Square100 Queen St W (Southwest Corner) Interactive Installation
Located at Nathan Phillips Square and University/College, Porta-Party encourages social activity in a traditonally anti-social space using landscaping and portable toilets.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 76
Symeon van DonkelaarRevealing the Nighttime Local Colours of Ontario, Nunu Ethiopian Fusion1178 Queen Street West Earth Art Installation
Revealing the unseen local colours of Ontario’s landscape, see Symeon’s hieroglyphs and their stories. You're also invited to draw in the same ochred chalk until the morning dawns, when all the colours will disappear in the sunlight.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 77
Michaëlle Jean Foundation, Vancouver Foundation & Silk Road InstituteThe Art of Inclusion Video Installation, OCAD University100 McCaul Street Video Installation
Experience the magic of the “Art of Inclusion” installation, which unlocks the cinematographic genius of ten Muslim Canadian filmmakers. Aged 15-30, they captivate Nuit Blanche Toronto with a unique take on diversity and nationhood in 21st century Canada.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 78
Devin FleenorS.E.E.D. [stellar emissions encapsulation device], Only One Gallery5 Brock Avenue (Right off Brock Avenue, just 100 feet down the alleyway.), 416 Interactive Installation
S.E.E.D. is an algorithmic exploration of time, the physical senses, and layers of consciousness. Using their hands and movements as an interface, participants can navigate diverse geometric illuminations and experimental musical landscapes.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 79
Artists of the AuroraHave you seen my sister?, Queens Park & Queen's Park Crescent East, 416.606 Installation
Voices sing names of Canada's missing women. Guests tie ribbons to connect missing women with women missing from boardrooms, courts and government.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 80
Riverside BIA / Project GallerySince Now, From Then, RiversideQueen Street East & Broadview Avenue (The Broadview Hotel Thompson Laneway 3 Hamilton Street 25-60 Broadview Avenue) Live Performance, New Media Art Projection, Sculpture & Installation
This project seeks to bring us to the present, reflect on the past and look to the future of the changing east end of Toronto through a series of live performances, new media art projections, and bold, atmospheric sculptures and installations.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 81
Ryerson ArtspaceForeign Bodies, Ryerson Artscape1214 Queen Street West (Attached to the Gladstone Hotel) Film and Video Projection
Foreign Bodies explores the relationship between bodies and space – two often-contingent entities, one begetting the other’s character. Three artists create work in which performing bodies adjust to the real or imagined spaces they inhabit.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 82
Scadding Court Community Centre and Theatre Passe MurailleThe Living Library, Scadding Court Community Centre707 Dundas Street West Interactive Installation
Visit a Librarian to borrow a living (human) book. Choose a story to hear and enjoy food from Market 707.The Living Library puts the voices of everyday people centre stage, emphasizing the importance of oral history in maintaining our connected culture.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 83
Site 3 coLaboratoryPhoton Gallery 3.0, Site 3 coLaboratory718 Ossington Avenue (Alleyway behind the church and look for the red doors.) Interactive Installation
A collection of interactive lighting installations, including: LED garden plants and creatures; building-sized Tetris; 'invisible' paintings; sound-sensitive Fire Hockey Table; and a 'Bullet-Time Waterfall.'
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 84
Group 4d2One Path, Spadina Museum285 Spadina Road (Located next to Casa Loma. Transit: Exit at St. Clair West Station and head south on Spadina Road or take a shorter but uphill walk by exiting at Dupont Station and heading North on Spadina Road.) Sculptures, Performance Art, Interactive and New Media Installations.
Multiple artists explore ideas of identity and nationhood through large-scale and interactive installations in a group exhibition spread throughout the five-acre grounds of Spadina Museum.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 85
Department of Household Sciences and Advanced Proverbs15000 Years of Housekeeping, St. Matthew's United Church729 St. Clair Avenue West Interactive Installation
Celebrate 15,000 years of housekeeping north of Lake Ontario. Perform everyday tasks. Hang laundry. Fold clothes. Plan a meal. Make a shopping list. Store food. Stack bowls. Clean, dust, mend. Housekeeping sounds and smells. Share housekeeping stories.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 86
The Drake HotelGarden Tunnel, The Drake Hotel1150 Queen Street West Sculpture
Take a journey with Toronto artist Paddy Leung through one of her magical creations. Garden Tunnel is an exploration of the energy that is produced by the motion of people together. Take a stroll, take your time. What are you waiting for?
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 87
Wiggly EventsWiggly Street, Thompson LanewayBroadview & Thompson Lane Interactive Installation
Historic images will be projected as the audience enters Wiggly Street. Each hour, being a 24-hour cycle, will start with a performance igniting the 'Reactor', fueled by the vibrations caused by audience movement.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 88
MomenTOMomenTO at Union Station , Union Station65 Front Street West (Former west waiting room), 416 Projection
In celebration of Canada 150, MomenTO highlights people, places and events from 1867 to 2017 that are significant to the history of Canada and Toronto.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 89
University of Toronto SchoolsSpeculating in Futures, University of Toronto Schools371 Bloor Street West Interactive Installation
The front lawn of a century-old high school is filled with interactive installations based on popular games or fortune-telling activities.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 90
Diaspora DialoguesPoetry, Performance & Protest: Let's Talk Canadian Values, Victoria College73 Queen Park's Crescent (Main Quadrangle), 416-944-1101 ext 227 Performance Art
Come and engage in a discussion on the meaning of Canadian values. At the top of every half hour, a poet/performance artist will moderate these conversations as well as perform a few pieces on the subject hand.
Remove from my nightIndependent Project Map # 91
====\\DeRAIL Platform for Art + ArchitectureWe Pause at Twilight, West Toronto RailpathWest Toronto Railpath & Bloor Street West (The sunrise and sunset sites are a short walk from the West Toronto Railpath - Bloor Street access point. This entry is accessible from the street, by public transit from Dundas West Station, and the UP Express - Bloor Station.), 416 Performance Art
====\\DeRAIL celebrates new possible futures within the natural and industrial landscape of the West Toronto Railpath. We pause at twilight and invite you to lose yourself along a playful trail of multi-sensory experiences.