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Sculpting New Reads

Sep 21, 2014 | Commission for The Word On The Street Toronto | Sculpting New Reads

Sculpting New Reads is the inaugural installation art program of The Word On The Street Toronto. This new visual arts program, curated by Labspace Studio, brings together Canadian artists and authors to explore how books can inspire new ways of thinking, creating, and innovating.

Five local artists have been paired with books released in 2014. Each artist has been challenged to create an art installation inspired by the themes of their book, applying their own unique practice to the creative process.

Books vary from non-fiction to horror to political history to psychological thriller and the exhibition is as diverse as the books themselves. Large-scale installations (sculpture, video, projections, etc) will be on display for the duration of the festival in the Sculpting New Reads tent (for one day only!).

Participating Artists
Bambitchell, Nicholas Crombach, Layne Hinton, Felix Kalmenson and Mark Prier
Curated by: Labspace Studio Co-Directors, John Loerchner & Laura Mendes

Sculpting New Reads
Sunday, September 21st, 11am-6pm
Queen’s Park Circle, Toronto

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