16oct6:00 pm8:00 pmFeaturedStorytelling: Borelson6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Art Gallery of York University (AGYU), 8 Accolade East Building, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3Stream:StorytellingType:Talks,Walks
The Shoreline Dilemma
Curated by Candice Hopkins and Tairone Bastien, the Biennial’s first edition, The Shoreline Dilemma, explores the implications of Toronto’s ever-changing shoreline—evidence of an increasingly anthropocentric world—in the context of a central question: What does it mean to be in relation?
For 72 days this fall, the inaugural event will take place in repurposed buildings, public spaces, and partner institutions, including galleries, museums, train stations, and community organizations, along the waterfront and throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The Biennial presents Canadian, Indigenous, and international art and programming that together explore significant and complex issues within the context of Toronto’s local specificities and histories.
Listening Session with Allison Cameron, Raven Chacon, and John Oswald
For this evening, Chacon, Cameron, and Oswald reflect on the recent Harbour Symphony, as part of the Toronto Biennial of Art, and previous editions, inviting audience members to collectively listen to Harbour Symphony recordings and consider the possibilities of working with sound, composition and experimental instrumentation.
In the Press
Take a look at recent media highlights that feature the Biennial and its participants.
Pictured: Toronto Star headline
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