In Place
Jan 13
Jan 28 2018
DesignTO projectexhibition in-person

‘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.


Aberrant Architecture, KANVA, Daily tous les jours, Nicole Lattuca, Dean Baldwin



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