Conservation of shadows: Underworld, HARU JI & GRAHAM WAKEFIELD


Open Sidewalk: Winter warmer Exhibition

At this Open Sidewalk event, we share some of our ideas and prototypes to making outdoor public space the social default year-round. In addition, we will be sharing some of our big ideas about how to make the eastern waterfront accessible and livable with affordable housing, sustainable development, and improved transit.

 
DateSaturday, March 2, 2019 - 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

Free

Website

https://sidewalktoronto.ca/event/307-open-sidewalk-4/

Location

307 Lake Shore Blvd E Toronto, ON Canada

Conservation of Shadows: Underworld

Haru Ji and Graham Wakefield (OCAD University and York University)

Sidewalk Labs curator-in-residence and York University PhD candidate Melanie Wilmink has brought together various Toronto artists for interactive workshops and installations, including Haru Hyunkyung Ji & Graham Wakefield's "Conservation of Shadows: Underworld" and Nicole Clouston’s “Lake Ontario Mud,”.  Jason Logan, founder of Toronto Ink Company will help attendees create their own ink art which will be projected onto the Building Raincoat by visual artist Ilze Briede.  Exhibition title: Conservation of Shadows: Underworld

At this Open Sidewalk event, we share some of our ideas and prototypes to making outdoor public space the social default year-round. In addition, we will be sharing some of our big ideas about how to make the eastern waterfront accessible and livable with affordable housing, sustainable development, and improved transit.

Schedule

Saturday, March 2, from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.

3:00 PM Open Sidewalk Begins, Ongoing: art installations, SWL staff tours

4:00 PM "Welcome Presentation - 30-35 mins

4:45 PM Haru and Graham Presentation

5:30 PM RWDI / PARTISANS Presentation

6:00 PM Sunset - Launch Raincoat Projector

7:00 PM Open Sidewalk Ends

Exhibition information: https://sidewalktoronto.ca/event/307-open-sidewalk-4/

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is recommended but you can just come by too.

 

DateSaturday, March 2, 2019 - 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

Free

Website

https://sidewalktoronto.ca/event/307-open-sidewalk-4/

Location

307 Lake Shore Blvd E Toronto, ON Canada

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photo of a person in front of an art installation
Saturday, March 2, 2019 - 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Conservation of Shadows: Underworld

Haru Ji and Graham Wakefield (OCAD University and York University)

Sidewalk Labs curator-in-residence and York University PhD candidate Melanie Wilmink has brought together various Toronto artists for interactive workshops and installations, including Haru Hyunkyung Ji & Graham Wakefield's "Conservation of Shadows: Underworld" and Nicole Clouston’s “Lake Ontario Mud,”.  Jason Logan, founder of Toronto Ink Company will help attendees create their own ink art which will be projected onto the Building Raincoat by visual artist Ilze Briede.  Exhibition title: Conservation of Shadows: Underworld

At this Open Sidewalk event, we share some of our ideas and prototypes to making outdoor public space the social default year-round. In addition, we will be sharing some of our big ideas about how to make the eastern waterfront accessible and livable with affordable housing, sustainable development, and improved transit.

Schedule

Saturday, March 2, from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.

3:00 PM Open Sidewalk Begins, Ongoing: art installations, SWL staff tours

4:00 PM "Welcome Presentation - 30-35 mins

4:45 PM Haru and Graham Presentation

5:30 PM RWDI / PARTISANS Presentation

6:00 PM Sunset - Launch Raincoat Projector

7:00 PM Open Sidewalk Ends

Exhibition information: https://sidewalktoronto.ca/event/307-open-sidewalk-4/

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is recommended but you can just come by too.

 

Venue & Address: 
307 Lake Shore Blvd E Toronto, ON Canada
Website: 
https://sidewalktoronto.ca/event/307-open-sidewalk-4/
Cost: 
Free
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