Part social experiment, part public intervention, Confessions Underground is a video based art project that gives willing participants the rare opportunity to record a private on-camera confession and broadcast it publicly over 300 of Toronto’s digital subway platform screens.

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“Subway Secrets in Toronto”
CBC Radio Canada International for the LINK [July 8, 2012]

“Confessions Underground on The National w/ Peter Mansbridge
CBC television interview for the The National [July 5, 2012]

“Confessions Underground on InnerSpace”
Space Channel interview for InnerSpace [July 4, 2012]

“Secrets spilled on Toronto subway screens”
CBC radio doc/article for World at Six [July 4, 2012]

“Confessions Underground on Here & Now”
CBC radio doc produced by Lily Ames for Here & Now [June 30, 2012]

“Artists taking confessions”
CHCH TV News [June 26, 2012]

“Vos confessions intimes diffusées dans le métro
7 Sur 7 Belgium [June 26, 2012]

“TTC Underground Confessions”
Global TV News Toronto [June 25, 2012]

“Art Studio asks TTC riders for very public confessions”
Global Edmonton [June 25, 2012]

“TTC to air videotaped confessions on platform screens”
680 News Toronto [June 22, 2012]

“Forgive me, subway rider, for I have sinned: Torontonians confess secrets”
The Globe & Mail [June 22, 2012]

“Project to show video confessions at TTC subway stations”
Toronto Star [June 22, 2012]

“Got a guilty conscience? Confess your sins — to Toronto’s subway riders” [June 4th, 2012]

“An Unusual Method”
Bold Magazine [June 1st, 2012]

“Art house duo hope people will confess to TTC commuters”
Inside Toronto [May 28th, 2012]