Nineteen artists, five days and no more time to waste. Like There’s No Tomorrow was a group exhibition that featured a diverse assembly of artists with just as wide-ranging practices. From a sculpture inspired by early tv test patterns to an interactive attendance projection, this exhibition crossed boundaries and climbs over definitions. These artists cross bred drawing, painting and sculpture, new media and multi-media, sound, video, design and performance, well Like There’s No Tomorrow. Brought together through the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media and Design Programme at OCAD University, this cohort delved into themes of immersion, dislocation, urbanization, censorship and reception. All the late nights, discussions, experiments and failures from first year at grad school were represented here by these artist’s selections.
Like There’s No Tomorrow
13 April – 17 April 2011
XPACE Cultural Centre, Toronto, ON