On Saturday, September 23, explore Nuit Blanche and join MOCA, the Toronto Biennial of Art, and Pride Toronto in partnership for an evening of diverse programming. The night will feature MOCA’s Fall exhibition offerings, a newly commissioned performance, as well as a DJ set.
- Enjoy MOCA’s upper floor exhibitions located on Floors 2 and 3. The second floor features Liz Magor’s The Separation while the third floor features The Wedge Collection’s, Dancing in the Light.
- MOCA Toronto and the Toronto Biennial of Art are pleased to offer a site-specific performance by dance artist, Katie Adams-Gossage. The work is titled mother wheel and will take place on MOCA’s Ground Floor. mother wheel is an improvised physical study researched and performed by Katie Adams-Gossage that occupies Phyllida Barlow’s Eleven Columns. The ephemeral nature of dance is cradled here by its setting and morphs the apparent permanence of Barlow’s imposing work.
- From 10-2 join Pride Toronto on Floor 5 for a DJ set from DJ Alain, free refreshments and live model performance art.
- Join Pride Toronto on Floor 5 for Hanlan’s: Out of the Closet, an exhibition which engages 2SLGBTQI+ narratives as they intertwine with the natural world, and examines the historical importance of Hanlan’s Point Beach as an integral part of Toronto’s queer histories. Featuring archival materials, as well as a new installation work by Irene Ly.
Image: Katie Adams-Gossage. Courtesy of the artist