Wonder Bikes showing at Toronto Free Gallery in July

June 29th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

thousandlanguagesCome to the opening reception this Thursday, July 2 for the group show together you and i are like a thousand languages…, an exhibition exploring technology that brings us together.

I’ll be showing my latest project, the Wonder Bikes: pedal-powered, sound-art embarrassment machines. Bring a friend!

The bikes were made possible thanks to support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the genius of Rob Cruickshank.

ps. My final issue of Musicworks is soon to be on the stands! It’s been a busy month!

Toronto Free Gallery
1277 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N7
Hours: Wed-Fri. 11-5 and Saturday 12-6

Opening Reception on Thursday, July 2nd — 8pm to 1am
Exhibition runs from July 2 to July 31

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together you and i are like a thousand languages…

Curated by Anthea Foyer & Siobhan O’Flynn

technology + art + love = ? leads us into the spaces that explore what it is to love and to express love, longing, lust. New innovations in technology both enhance communication and some argue isolate us further, yet in the midst of our crazy, complicated, busy lives we still create room for communicating love and lust, for touching and being touched, for being present and together. The emotions that make us so strongly human drive the need for our connection and mutual recognition and new forms can amplify old emotions in surprising ways.

This is a love story….

Opening Night:


MY DOKI DOKI | James Milward, Jonathan Resnick and Trevor Shaikin
SMOKs |SMOKs, an XS Labs project by Joanna Berzowska, with Marcelo Coelho, Ali Gorji, Vahid Giahi, Hanna Söder, Sarah-Anne Fork, Shirley Kwok-Choon, Marguerite Bromley, and Shermine Sawalha.
FROM ME TO YOU | Matt Gorbet > Susan Gorbet > Rob Gorbet
WONDER BIKES | David McCallum
MAPPING NATURAL AND UNNATURAL DISASTERS | The Notary Public (Erika Hennebury and Laura Nanni)
I LOVE IT WHEN YOU… | Anthea Foyer > Rob King

Toronto Free Gallery is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and the Trillium Foundation


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