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Toronto Canada 2007
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The Distillery District
55 Mill Street



Building 9, Suite 102
416-364-2782

ARTA GALLERY
The Time Machina
Group exhibition

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Wojtek Biczysko, Angel

After 21 years, three artists reconnect. It is a different place and a different time. Wojtek Biczysko, Maria Targonska and Henryk Czesnik explore how we change, how the world has changed and if we are still asking important questions?

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Pure Spirits, Building 62
416-920-3820

Artcore / Fabrice Marcolini
Idiot Joy Showland
Group exhibition

A collaborative exhibition with the Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery (N.Y.), featuring 28 short films and videos organized by John Pilson & Claudia Altman-Siegel including, amongst others, Rodney Graham, Janet Cardiff, Cindy Sherman, Doug Aitken and Larry Clark.

Mature content, PG13

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Suite 212, Case Goods Bldg., Bldg. 74
416-999-7252

Case Goods Warehouse
Inside Out
Group exhibition

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Raku Demonstration by FUSION Members
Photo: Dale Roddick

Experience a 50 ft. “time sensitive” mural painting, raku clay firing, installation and performance art, dance, film and “Distillery District Ghost” storytelling. Come see, make, feel, touch, experience and be art from the “Inside Out”!

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Suite 304, Case Goods Bldg., Bldg. 74
416-204-1083

Dance Ontario
Ghostly Apparitions
Group exhibition

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Viv Moore, Ghosts
Photo: David Hou

Through the choreography of Viv Moore, the historic Distillery District becomes enchanted by 30 dance artists illuminating the night with unexpected performances, guiding guests to unimagined places. This public dance encounter includes live dance performances and
video projections.

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Building 5, Suite 101
416-548-8880 v/tty or 416-548-8882 tty

Deaf Culture Centre
Diverse Lives: Deaf Women Artists & Sign Dance, Magic and Mime!
Group exhibition

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Pamela Witcher, Hello (your name sign)!, 2004

This special exhibit features a compelling juxtaposition of different backgrounds. Set in a beautiful art gallery and museum, visitors will be delighted by ongoing live performances of mime, magic, music and sign dance.
Loud music, suitable for audiences 3+

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Building 4
416-360-6800

Gibsone Jessop Gallery
If this is the life why does it feel so good to die today?
Group exhibition

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Salome Nikuradze,
video still, 2007

Gibsone Jessop sets the stage for a Rococo cage match, samples from Classical Greek and Roman sport and the antics of mainstream pro-wrestling and machismo stunt culture.

Mature content, suitable for audiences 14+.

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Cannery Building 58, Studio 317
416-861-1853

Le Laboratoire d’Art (LE LABO)

Share-Labo
Group exhibition

Join artists from LABO and the SHARE Montreal collective for a live media arts and sound event following a new open jam formula. Participants can improvise with each other's signals, movements and voice in real time video and audio performances.

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Case Goods Warehouse, Building 74, Studio 105
416-898-0918

Marie Josette Wearable Art
Wrapped in Art
Group exhibition

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Thousand Flowers Sleeved Shawl
Photo: Melanie Gordon

An exhibition of innovative wearable art shawls, capes and wraps by prominent and emerging Canadian and international textile artists. Opening night launch held for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche celebrations.

Mature content, suitable for audiences 14+.






Toronto Culture / Soctiabank