SculptingNewReads

CALL FOR INSTALLATION ARTISTS


Submission Deadline: June 27, 2016 (5pm EDT)
Curated by Labspace Studio

Sculpting New Reads is the third annual contemporary art program of The Word On The Street Toronto (Canada’s largest book and magazine festival). Held on the grounds of the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, this exhibition brings together Canadian artists and authors to explore how books can inspire new ways of thinking, creating and innovating.
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Passage

New Public Art Commission in Nanaimo, BC

Thanks to the City of Nanaimo, British Columbia, for inviting us to create a brand new version of our Passage installation for their Public Art Program. Passage, along with eight other installations, will be on display in May 2016 as part

May 2016
City of Nanaimo, BC, Public Art Commission

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Happy New Year from Labspace Studio

May your 2016 be full of open doors and opportunities! Keep in touch with us. Our contact information and website has changed. www.labspacestudio.ca | info@labspacestudio.ca



BetweenDoorsBoston

Between Doors, Boston | Oct 10

Part installation, part sociological survey, Between Doors invites audiences into an evolving narrative on the nature of choice. What is choice? Are we the sum of our choices? Are we in control of the choices we make, or is choice

Oct 3 - 4, 2015
Commission for Illuminus, Boston

SculptingNewReads

Sculpting New Reads 2015

Sculpting New Reads is the annual installation art program of The Word On The Street Toronto –  Canada’s biggest book and magazine festival. Curated by Labspace Studio, this contemporary art program brings together Canadian artists and authors to explore how books

Oct 22 - Nov 1, 2015
Commission for The Word On The Street Toronto

Empty(ing) Nest Laval

Empty(ing) Nest – Quebec Edition

Empty(ing) Nest is a towering installation (doubling as a yard sale) constructed from the personal objects of a suburban family in Laval, Quebec. This extensive collection, transplanted from the house of the Grebmeier-Forget family and installed in the gallery, offers

Aug 1 - 21, 2015
Commission for Maison des Arts de Laval

Passage, Don Mills Rd Bridge, Toronto, 2015

Passage (Don Mills Road Bridge)

Set against the backdrop of Toronto’s infamous Don River, cross sections of a canoe are scattered, divided and sunken into a concrete landscape. This large-scale installation pays tribute to the river’s long and tumultuous history, suggesting a civic call to

July 11 - Sep 30, 2015
Commission for Pan Am Path, Toronto, Curated by East End Arts

EcoArtFest

Eco-Art-Fest at Todmorden Mills

Our Don Was Here project is back for another year at No.9’s Eco-Art-Fest at Todmorden Mills, a summer-long public art festival in Toronto’s Don Valley. From June 20th to September 13th, pedestrians and bikers along the Lower Don Valley Trail will

June 20 - Sep 13, 2015
Commission for Contemporary No.9 Art & the Environment, Toronto

Don Was Here, Toronto's Don Valley

Lecture: Animating Green Civic Spaces

On Tuesday, March 3rd, we’ll be delivering a short talk on our public art projects in Toronto’s Don Valley. We’ll be joined by other public artists and civic leaders. You can register for the talk here. Animating Green Civic Spaces is

March 3, 7-9pm, 2015
Animating Green Civic Spaces

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Empty(ing) Nest

Empty(ing) Nest is a towering installation (doubling as a yard sale) constructed from the personal objects and belongings of one suburban family. Accumulated over the span of 25 years, transplanted from the artist’s childhood home, and installed in the gallery,

Sep 26 - Dec 28, 2014
Commission for Harbourfront Centre