• Saturday, May 21, 2016 (All day) - Sunday, September 11, 2016 (All day)

    This exhibition presents the work of Associate Professor Lucie Chan and Jérôme Havre, whose practices employ immersive multi-media installations to explore the transient nature of human connections, communities and territories in an era of cosmopolitanism.

    Cosmopolitanism is the view that all human beings are world citizens with responsibilities that extend beyond national borders and imposed borders. Both artists address liminality and space (both psychological and physical) through visual and spatial play bringing to light relationships between people environments, particularly within situations of social transformation.

  • Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 6:30pm - Sunday, July 17, 2016 - 5:00pm

    Please join us for a lecture by Natasha Myers, a Toronto-based anthropologist of art, science, and ecology. The lecture will be followed by the opening reception of Rust Never Sleeps.

    The title of Neil Young’s 1979 album 'Rust Never Sleeps' speaks to the concept behind this exhibition of work by five artists who employ naturally occurring growth—salt, mould, rust, flowers and lichen spores—as their materials. The resulting works address commodity, use value, causality, chance and instability.

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