‘In Place’ features the work of Aberrant Architecture (London, UK) as the focus and departure point for a group exhibition that includes four North American practices that share similar interests, processes, and outcomes. The exhibition showcases six Aberrant projects that have emerged from socially-engaged design practices, using deep research and storytelling as tools to create site-specific installations. Featured North American projects include “Amateur Intelligence Radio” (Saint Paul, Minnesota) by Daily tous les jours, “Recycling Words” (Winnipeg, Manitoba) by KANVA, “The Fogo Island De-Centralized Academy” (Fogo, Newfoundland) by Nicole Lattuca, and “La table de la Méduse” (Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec) by Dean Baldwin, all requiring interaction to activate the work, and resulting in an experience that connects individuals with a specific place. Part of TO DO’s inaugural International Guest of Honour Program, this exhibition is curated by the Toronto Design Offsite Festival with Nuria Montblanch, and co-presented with Harbourfront Centre. It is generously supported by the Government of Ontario, the British Council, and Toronto Arts Council with funding from the City of Toronto.