November 16, 2005
by Canadian Architect
From November 18 December 31, 2005, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art presents Impulse Archaeology, which examines the period of art and cultural history developed around Impulse magazine in Toronto during the 1970s and ’80s. A series of panel discussions accompanies the exhibition, which take place at 7:00pm in the Drake Hotel Underground located at 1150 Queen Street West. Each event is $15, or $10 for students. A package price for $40 is available either at the MOCCA or the Drake Hotel. The panel discussion schedule follows below:
A panel discussion about the current state of theoretical architecture with George Baird, Mary Lou Lobsinger and Mirko Zardini moderated by Andy Payne.
Piracy of Art?
A discussion about the conspiracy of art between Sylvere Lotringer and Mark Kingwell moderated by Eldon Garnet.
Designing the Better World?
A panel discussion about the current state of design with Bruce Mau, James Wines and Dot Tuer moderated by Gary Michael Dault.
Echoes from a Cold City
Louise Bak, Victor Coleman, Chris Dewdney, Pier Giorgio Di Cicco, Joe Hall, Sheila Heti, Chris Kraus, Andrew James Paterson, Russell Smith, Sarah Sheard and Michael Snow.
For more information, please visit www.mocca.toronto.on.ca.