In Memory is a collection of collaborative art installations created by 15 pairs of artists who have been asked to recall, reinterpret and recreate a past memory, together.

The exhibition will be at 717 Queen St East (Queen & Broadview) in an old, abandoned funeral parlour.

Curated by Annie Onyi Cheung and Labspace Co-Directors, Laura Mendes & John Loerchner.

Artists: Adam Stenhouse & Vanessa Arnold, Annie Onyi Cheung & Risa Kusumoto, Annie Tse & Van L. Ching, Bishara Mohamed & Marino Imperio, Celine Marks & Lindsay Small, Chris Willes & Julia Male, Deborah Peterson & Huss Elassal, Denise Ing & Kathryn Ward, Gram Schmalz & Brian Sasaski, Jessica Thalmann & Noelle Wharton-Ayer, Kyra Green & Jasmyn Fyffe, Laura Mendes & John Loerchner, Maggie Flynn & Maggy Flynn, Nurielle Stern & Nancy Jo Cullen, Vasa Gatiance & Alex Shaw.

In Memory is the final instalment of The (Re)Collection Project, a three-part art series that investigates how people remember the PAST, experience the PRESENT and think about the FUTURE.

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