• Queerstory

    Explore the sites and sounds of Toronto’s vibrant and storied queer history with Queerstory, a free locative app. This walking tour app will lead you to more than 30 points of interest where significant events occurred. Navigate through intriguing sites and uncover the political, cultural and social history of Toronto’s queer community. Experience unique mini-docs […]

  • TXTilecity

    Navigate Toronto with TXTilecity – an interactive map that builds community knowledge by drawing together experiences and stories to show the significance of textiles in shaping the city’s social, cultural, economic and architectural terrain. Through the TXTilecity website and mobile app, encounter key locations and discover the role of textiles in defining the urban landscape […]

  • Medium_Massage 2.0 :: an infinite inventory

    Medium Massage 2.0 :: an infinite inventory is a net-based exhibition inspired by Marshall McLuhan and graphic designer Quentin Fiore’s collaborative book The Medium is the Massage. Published in 1967 in an experimental format that fused Fiore’s engaging graphic style and visual language with McLuhan’s text, The Medium is the Massage introduced McLuhan’s theories of media and communications technology to a mass audience. With 2011 being the centennial of Marshall McLuhan’s birth, and 20 years since the development of the first webpage, how are McLuhan’s prophetic theories reflected by a generation of media artists immersed in the networked medium and cultural shift that he predicted back in the 60′s?