Come Join Us at one of our three stops of our travelling art exhibition "From A to B isn't always Linear"
The experience of moving places is central to contemporary life, particularly in Toronto. What then are the effects of this restless mobility in our lives, both physically and mentally, in relation to each other and to our environment? This one week travelling exhibition (passing through Thorncliffe Park, Regent Park, and Parkdale) examines the ways in which movement, more specifically movement in the city, is tied... to space and time—at once symbolically and materially. Installed inside and outside rented moving trucks, the selected works invite the audience to pay attention to the concept of mobility, not only in regard to social status, but also as inherent to our relationship with the urban landscape as co-producers to its development. As we are always in motion, so is the city.
This exhibition features works by: Nedda Baba, Marbella Anne Carlos, Robert Cram,
Christine Dewancker, Em Piro & Denise Rogers Valenzuela, jes sachse, Maxim Vlassenko, Curtia Wright
Come and find us at the following locations:
1st Stop: THORNCLIFFE PARK
Northeast corner of the East York Town Centre parking lot
Thorncliffe Park, 45 Overlea Blvd, Toronto, ON M4H 1C2.
Opening reception on August 3rd, 4-7pm
Regular hours on August 4th & 5th: 2-8 pm
2nd Stop: REGENT PARK
Behind the Daniel Spectrum building.
585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7
Regular hours on August 6th & 7th: 2-8 pm.
3rd Stop: PARKDALE
Regular hours on August 8th and 9th: 2-8pm
Closing reception on August 9th at 5pm onwards
This exhibition is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. We are also thankful for our partnership with The Township of Billings and 4elements Living Arts.
Event Image by Marina Fathalla