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VENICE HOLIDAY/UPDATE

August 13, 2012 by

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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 […]

Timeline of Currency

July 18, 2012 by

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Department of Unusual Certainties presented Timeline of Currency for Doors Open Toronto 2012 in the One King West building. One King West is a condominium built upon a historic building that had previously been operating as a bank for 100+ years.  Through the buildings transformation aspects of the banks infrastructure have been perserved – specifically its vault and […]

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’ Ontario Regional Exhibition

February 6, 2012 by

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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 […]

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 […]

It’s Mayor Time!

October 10, 2010 by

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For the Fall 2010 issue of Spacing Magazine, an issue devoted to the upcoming Toronto mayoral election, DoUC looked back in time by preparing a timeline of the past 63 mayors that have presided over Toronto the Good. The research revealed a few revelations: 1. Toronto has had a lot of mayors – mostly due […]

Spectacular Toronto

July 13, 2010 by

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The Summer 2010 issue of Spacing is about spectacle, and to open the issue DoUC assembled a timeline documenting two-hundred years of spectacle in Toronto. We were thrilled to get almost two spreads of the magazine, for what turned out to be a rather hefty list of events. Here’s some text and some images, but […]

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