Skip Stop

April 25—June 15, 2019 Opening Thursday, April 25, 6—8 PM PARI NADIMI GALLERY 254 Niagara Street, Toronto, Canada Wed to Sat, 12—5 PM, or by appointment   Skip Stop invites…

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Iterations

Iterations (2009-present) are panoramic images of familiar built forms and their surrounding environments. Subjects to date have included branded structures, transit infrastructure, public housing, and urban waterfronts. Each panorama is…

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The Ragged Edge

The coast is the most universally accessible location of the sublime, and is persistently attractive, even as its resilience weakens in the face of competing interests locally and environmental instability globally. Inner, Middle, and Outer Harbour, Victoria and Strait of…

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Visualizing Canada’s Urban North

Visualizing Canada’s Urban North is a research initiative at the intersection of media art and anthropology that seeks to inform our understanding of circumpolar urban life. Through the production of visual…

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Radiant City

Radiant City is a third series of images focused on Toronto’s tower apartment neighborhoods. These large format prints evoke the designed and lived intensities of these conflicted sites: essential housing…

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Figure Ground

Figure Ground is a second series of images focused on Toronto’s tower apartment neighborhoods. This growing body of work forms the visual basis for several prominent community initiatives, unanticipated but…

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Sugar Beach, Toronto, March 12, 2010

Large-format composite image commissioned for the exhibition Erratics: A Genealogy of Rock Landscape, Featuring the Work of Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes. Druker Design Gallery, Harvard University, Cambridge, March 22 – May 12,…

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Landmarks and Monuments

Landmarks and Monuments is a series of images focused on Toronto’s tower apartment neighborhoods. These residential complexes in the periphery of Toronto are definitive landmarks: markers of boundary and locality,…

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0T9 1:1

0T9 1:1 presents full-scale capture of 100 years of graffiti found in the attic of the Mining Building at the University of Toronto, immediately prior to the attic’s renovation and the graffiti’s…

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