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Award Season: All of the parties you’ve never been invited to…

February 1, 2013 by

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Winner of the the Toronto Design Offsite Festival’s Viewers’ Choice Award Department of Unusual Certainties, working in cooperation with Thea Jones, have won big. Their installation, All the parties you’ve never been invited to… (ATP…) ,  has won the Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Event at the Toronto Design Offsite Festival. ATP…, framed the dance floor, of the […]

All of the parties you’ve never been invited to…

January 25, 2013 by

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Department of Unusual Certainties & Thea Jones invite you to… ALL OF THE PARTIES YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN INVITED TO BEFORE Department of Unusual Certainties would like to invite you to the Love Design Party January 26th, 10pm at the Gladstone Hotel, where they will be presenting their video installation  All of the parties you have never […]

Another Way to Eat #MOVE2012

July 14, 2012 by

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Another Way to Eat is one of ten proposals for the future of transportation presented at MOVE: Transportation Expo. MOVE is hosted by Evergreen at the Brickworks and was developed in collaboration with the Institute without Boundaries. Each of the proposals is rooted in ideas first articulated at a charrette in the winter; with those working groups, […]

Migrating Landscapes National Exhibition

March 21, 2012 by

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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 at #IDS12

January 28, 2012 by

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Climate Migrant Pavilion @ IDS 2012 until January 29th Migrating Landscapes Organization has a booth designed and built by Department of Unusual Certainties as a part of IDS 2012′s Offsite Onsite exhibition at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Constructed using ABS piping and tarp, it is light, easy to erect, collapse, and move to its next […]

ML_Québec Regional Exhibition @ Parisian Laundry

January 20, 2012 by

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Its been a busy week for the Migrating Landscapes Organizers with three regional exhibitions opening. On Monday, January 16th, the Atlantic Canada exhibition opened at Dalhousie School of Architecture in Halifax. Wednesday, January 18, the Québec exhibition opened at Parisian Laundry in Montréal. The week was rounded out with the Saskatchewan exhibition opening at the Mendal Art Gallery in Saskatoon on January […]

ML_AB @ Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary

December 15, 2011 by

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Migrating Landscapes’ Alberta Regional Exhibition is now open at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery at the Alberta College of Art + Design in Calgary. The exhibition runs Dec 7 – 17. Migrating landscapes is a cross-Canada architectural competition exploring the experience of migration through oral histories and architectural expressions. DoUC is creating ‘preambles’ for  each exhibition in the form […]

Mississauga: A Retrospective Science Fiction

July 15, 2011 by

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“Sauga 2030″ – DoUC’s foray into science fiction city narratives mediated through smart phone based applications – premieres next week at the Art Gallery of Mississauga as a part of the Meet Us On The Commons show, curated by Elizabeth Underhill. The main product being exhibited is an audio driving tour smart phone application – […]

Making Headlines: 47 Years of Parkdale

June 21, 2011 by

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DoUC are premiering their most recent work “Making Headlines” this week as a part of the Parkdale Film and Video Showcase.   There will be an artist’s talk held at the Ground Level Cafe in Parkdale this Wednesday which will include DoUC employees Simon Rabyniuk and Brendan Cormier. Wednesday, June 22 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm Ground Level Cafe, […]

3 Parkettes: Personal Infrastructures

April 2, 2010 by

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Simon Rabyniuk has teamed up with Department of Unusual Certainties (DoUC) to make a short video for the Personal Infrastructures competition hosted by the Society for Moving Images about the Built Environment (SMIBE). In it we explore three different scales of a small park space and three levels of public interaction with the space through […]

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