Elizabeth Greisman, lead artist
Artist Cooperative of Canada plus guest artists and vocal sound collective, Hathorah, will provide the viewer with an outstanding opportunity to experience the spectacular six acre site in downtown Toronto at Spadina Museum. The show will be outdoor, with multimedia exhibits and artwork lit within the House. The viewer will experience a varied response to the theme on a lit pathway around the site. Paintings of the costumed activities of women and men in the interwar period will illuminate the house. Ceramic sculptures, a mobile and digital imagery will convey the restoration theme currently being carried out at Spadina Museum. The medical history of Tuberculosis in the interwar period will be added by our medical advisor /artist. Hathorah Sound Collective will provide the added dimension of sound to the visuals of the show.
The Artist Cooperative of Canada, plus guest artist Ximena Berecochea, will be returning to Spadina Museum in October for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2009. This year’s show is entitled “WILD!” The Spadina Museum is located on 285 Spadina Road beside Casa Loma. The show will be open from 7 pm October 3, 2009 and closes 7 am the next day. Above is the show’s promotional photograph.
(Photo credit: Jalani Morgan.)