Breath: Concerning Air & Atmosphere
Fri Apr 22 2022
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Free. No registration required.
John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, University of Toronto
Join the in-person Graduate Symposium called Breath: Concerning Air & Atmosphere, presented by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, OCAD University and Master of Visual Studies at the University of Toronto.
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With close attention to the breath, this symposium will investigate the complexities of air and atmosphere through art, architecture and curatorial practice. As a culmination of a semester long research, graduate students from OCAD University and University of Toronto, come together to present their unique perspectives on the topic. Open to general public, this symposium is part of two parallel courses taught by Professors Ala Roushan and Charles Stankievech centered around the recent book and upcoming exhibition titled BREATHLESS, a project done in partnership with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
During the symposium, partisipants will have a chance to answer their question during short Q&A sessions.
The program includes following participants:
Atif M. Khan
Mihyun Maria Kim
Wenhuizi (Kiko) Cu
Catherine Dela Cruz
Sherry Chunqing Liu