An exhibition that draws attention to the erosion of solitude from contemporary culture. Two immersive installations housed in shipping containers invite passing pedestrians to reflect on what we readily give up in pursuit of constant connectivity.
Featuring Ecolocation by Hagop Ohannessian and Antiprism by Lily Jeon.
Supported by SAVAC and Ontario Arts Council. Site Provided by Waterfront Toronto.
*Photos by Rémi Carreiro
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