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For Nuit Blanche Toronto 2018, artist Ibrahim Mahama presented Radical Histories at Nathan Phillips Square as part of the exhibition, Dream Time: We All Have Stories.

Nuit Blanche Toronto 2019 Independent Projects

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OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION

Nuit Blanche Toronto and the Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers are excited to announce Crutch CAC as the recipient of the 2019 Independent Project Career Launcher. Co-founded by OCADU graduate Veronika Ivanova, Crutch CAC will present An Infinite Loop in the Virtual Plaza​ - an architectural installation and durational video work by Sophia Oppel for Nuit Blanche Toronto 2019, in which audiences are immersed into a landscape that blurs the boundaries between the digital and the embodied.

Crutch CAC organizes seven exhibition projects annually in conjunction with 14 smaller public programmes (panels, performances, film and video screenings, literary events, and live music events.)

PARTNER

Nuit Blanche Toronto
https://nbto.com/

RECIPIENT

Veronika Ivanova (CCP, 2018)
Crutch CAC
https://www.crutchcac.com/

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Grayson Alabiso-Cahill's "First a Radical, and Second, an Optimist" (February 8—March 24, 2019)

Grayson Alabiso-Cahill's "First a Radical, and Second, an Optimist" (February 8—March 24, 2019)

Jawa El Khash's "The Upper Side of the Sky" (April 12—May 12, 2019)

Jawa El Khash's "The Upper Side of the Sky" (April 12—May 12, 2019)

Nuit Blanche Toronto is an annual Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event that invites adventurous residents and visitors to take to the streets from sunset to sunrise. Experience Toronto transformed by hundreds of Canadian and international artists. One night only, all night long.

Contact

Tak Pham
Special Project Coordinator, Career Launchers
E: tpham@ocadu.ca
P: 416 977 6000 Ext. 361


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