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The City of Total Awareness

September 16, 2014 by


“The NSA, with the active support of Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and allied secret services, has achieved “total awareness.” Geert Lovink In their latest project, The City of Total Awareness, Department of Unusual Certainties attempts to map the city of “total awareness” revealing both the physical infrastructure that makes it possible, while also exploring the new social […]

Buying and Selling

September 11, 2013 by


Buying and Selling Created in collaboration with Sara French Part of the monumental public art exhibition Land|Slide: Possible Futures Co-presented by FADO Performance Art Centre September 21, 2013 to October 14, 2013               There is no choice, except when you have one.                […]


August 13, 2012 by


DoUC takes holidays and this year we are pleased to be spending part of that time in Venice, IT. As a strategic partner of the Migrating Landscapes Organizer (Canada’s selection for the 2012 Venice Biennale of Architecture). DoUC will be presenting our contribution – Making History. Making History takes the form of a 2×3 foldable […]

Land, Air, and Sea – Movement of Queen Elizabeth II 1952 – 2012

May 2, 2012 by


DoUC is proud to be part of the Jubilee show currently on at the Harbourfront Centre, celebrating Her Royal Majesty’s Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee. DoUC are not Monarchists but are instead Monarchy opportunists, and what better way to celebrate this ideology then by mapping the historic travels of The Queen. Land, Air, and Sea […]


April 5, 2012 by


DoUC is participating in the exhibition Preoccupied curated by Cadence Collective.  We’re presenting the STEEL not STEAL infographic from our larger project Spaces of Negotiation; which charts the 11 month lockout of Local 1005 in 2011. We gave an impassioned rant about the project  on April 1 as part of panel of speakers at the exhibition. To honour the conversation […]

Migrating Landscapes National Exhibition

March 21, 2012 by


Migrating Landscapes National exhibition is now open at the Winnipeg Art Gallery running until April 29, 2012. Part whirlwind exhibition, part architectural competition, Migrating Landscapes has been a process to collect regional reflections on how the experience of migration impacts design. Since November 2, 2011 seven regional Migrating Landscapes exhibitions have cropped up across Canada; […]

Migrating Landscapes’ Ontario Regional Exhibition

February 6, 2012 by


Migrating Landscape Organizers’ seventh and final regional exhibition is now open at Brookfield Place (181 Bay St) in Toronto. The exhibition includes the personal videos and architectural models of more than twenty-five teams of architects. Winning models from each of the 7 regional exhibitions will brought to Winnipeg for the National Exhibition which opens at the Winnipeg […]


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