On June 14th DoUC had the privilege of being one of 10 presenters for Pecha Kucha Toronto #16 part of this year’s NXNE music festival. DoUC’s presentation “Change through time” looked at three of our recent projects with attention to how we represent time and how we experience it – both you and us! You can see the presentation […]
Art of the Danforth Innovators’ Fair: A series of Programless Pavilions opened May 20, 2012 as Department of Unusual Certainties’ contribution to Art of the Danforth. DoUC inserted three sculptural forms into East Lynn Park constituting the Innovators’ Fair. DoUC intends to publish a small pamphlet for the project later in the Fall.
(photo credit: Aliya Tejani) DoUC has a new mailing address: Department of Unusual Certainties 1214 Queen Street West Suite 210 Toronto, ON M6J 1J6 We’ve moved into Suite 210 at the Gladstone Hotel for the next six months.During our time here we will be working with the Gladstone’s Director of Exhibitions, Noa Bronstein, to organize a series of […]
Art of the Danforth Innovators’ Fair: A series of programless pavilions part of Art of the Danforth festival May 20 to June 10 East Lynn Park (Woodbine & Danforth, Toronto) Join us Sunday May 20th at Dusk in East Lynn for the opening of the Innovators’ Fair.
Daragh Sankey’s series of shorts, In Store: Art and Crisis in Windsor, continues with an exploration of DoUC’s contribution Storefront Success Stories. The In Store series documents the Storefront Residency for Social Innovation that Broken City Lab hosted during the summer of 2010. Windsor Redux – Tip Sheets and Speed Dates Speed Dating for Storeowners Storefront Success Stories in Windsor
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 […]
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 […]