Archaeologist's dream, 2012. John Shipman
John Shipman - Toronto, Canada
Mani Mazinani - Toronto, Canada
Veronica Clarke-Hanik - Toronto, Canada
Caverne St-Clair 20012
2 - St. Matthew's United Church
729 St. Clair Avenue West
Visit an ancient 2012 Toronto church restored by archaeologists 18,000 years from now. Ride on lookUP
cars. See moving visions. Vibrate to a primitive pipe organ. Experience the twelve hour sound and image
ceremonies of the Toronto people.
From artifacts lost for centuries and found by four young sisters in 20010, archaeologists rediscovered
technologies and practices long forgotten. Now you can roll through the Caverne lying on lookUP's. Find
your way with primitive lights. Feel the slow, sonorous vibrations of the electro-mechanical pipe organ
in an ancient composition. See multi-visions of life in late 20th century Toronto moving over the ceiling
high above. View an exhibit of artifacts from the 2000's.
The real Caverne St-Clair will be open only one night. A full-scale replica located nearby opens for
public viewing in early 20018.