Saturday, September 29, 2012

The Day After, Tomorrow

If you're in Toronto and planning to attend Nuit Blanche tonight, I am showing a work as part of Zone C, curated by Helena Reckitt, titled The Day After, Tomorrow

It's a complete history of disaster cinema, edited down from five hundred hours to five, playing simultaneously on twenty monitors, arranged geographically. The context, narrative and protagonists have been removed, leaving only the scenes of destruction: earthquakes, avalanches, fires, floods, meteors and air attacks. 

It's at 145 King Street East (King James Place), outside. It's a little east of Church, near the Sculpture Garden and across from the park. 

There's more information, and a map, here


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