Publishing Long Division

August saw media international coverage for our ‘Long Division’ project in several publications, including Glocal Design Magazine (Mexico), mooool design (China), Floor Nature (Italy). We’re happy that the project is able to reach a larger audience and potentially engage in a wider discourse around the nature of barriers and divisions across a variety of global contexts.

August 24 2019



Long Division

Our large-scale outdoor installation ‘Long Division’ is part of the Public Volumes exhibition taking place at multiple sites. ‘Long Division’ engages the site of Mississauga’s Bradley Museum, employing the fence as a tool for considering issues of exclusion, control, security and sanctuary. The piece invites visitors into the experience of divided space, public and private, open potentials and closed paths.

May 17 2019

‘The Blow Up’ at Digifest

We produced an interactive piece for Digifest 2019 in Toronto, part of a 3 day design & tech festival and startup event, organized by the Digital Media and Gaming Incubator at George Brown College. ‘The Blow Up’ explores the evolving development and obsolescence of consumer technologies, repurposing discarded camcorders and digital cameras to drive an expanded photobooth.

May 9 2019

Grow Op 2019

The Grow Op 2019 exhibition curated by LeuWebb Projects came together as a remarkable collection of artists and their works, broadly exploring the theme of ENERGY. Including an artist talk by Maria Thereza Alves and Mary Kavanagh, with a Bullfrog Energy award to the Stomata Collective, OALA award to Noni Kaur, jury prize to Tosca Teran/Nanotopia, and Seed award to Justin Langille and Jennifer Martin.

April 17 2019

Curating Grow Op

We’re excited about the upcoming seventh edition of Grow Op opening next week at the Gladstone Hotel, our fourth in the role of curators. This year’s show is the biggest yet, with over 25 projects across all four floors of the hotel. It’s a jam packed exhibition with events happening each day, April 17th through the 21st, encouraging participants to engage with the artists in the critical dialogues taking place around climate, landscape, and ecology.

March 3 2019



Following in his Footsteps

We were honoured to have our Terry Fox commemorative landscape, Following in his Footsteps, publicly unveiled during the 2018 Terry Fox Run in London, Ontario. Created as a living, dynamic space along the Thames River, the work integrates imprints of Terry’s iconic running gait, geology from the beginning and end of his journey, and native plantings that highlight key points of Terry’s story.

We worked with Robert Cram Workshop in developing the landscape elements of the artwork and Maker Sculpture in casting the unique pavers.

 

 

 

October 6 2018