Category Archives: Site Specific Art

JANE SAYS: Toronto’s weekend of Jane’s Walks

From Sao Paulo to Tel Aviv millions of footsteps follow the path of Jane Jacobs spirit of urbanism based in knowing, exploring and protecting the neighbourhoods we live in. “No one can find what will work for our cities by looking at … suburban garden cities, manipulating scale models, or inventing dream cities. You’ve got [...]

FLÂNEUR IN OTTAWA: Public Protest & Public Art PT 2

Sculpture near the Parliament Buildings, Rue Sparks, Ottawa, Canada My assignment continued… View PT 1 on Public Protest & Public Art here All photography by Leah Snyder. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

BEING “BLISSIPLINED” ABOUT BEING A “BLISSCIPLE” OF “BLISS” (say that 5x fast!)

Inukshuks and the art of rock balancing at Humber Bridge, Toronto, October, 2010. Insert below taken from NOW Magazine, Pisces Horoscope for week of September 15: “My Pisces friend Rana Satori Stewart coined some new words that happen to be perfect for you to begin using and embodying. “Blissipline,” she says, is “the commitment to [...]

SITE SPECIFIC ART THAT SHIFTS CONCIOUSNESS / CONSCIENCE?

Of the approximately 20 exhibits I went to see during CONTACT this past May, the most incredible exhibit I witnessed was South African photographer, Pieter Hugo’s “Permanent Error”,curated by Bonnie Rubenstein (Artistic Director of CONTACT). It was a site specific exhibit that was installed at the corner of Spadina @ Front, (North East side); the [...]

SITE SPECIFIC ART

July 2, 2011 – 4:46 pm

Just past the Humber Bridge, Toronto. Back in Uni some of my friends occupied this decadent space above a jewellery store on the corner of the intersecting main streets of the city. The apartment was two floors and had an outdoor space on the roof that you could crawl out to during parties to get [...]