2007 Exhibition, What is Place
Curated by Anne O'Callaghan

Michael Belmore

Michael Belmore

Michael Belmore: Long before the Dutch coined the term Landscape, and European artists discovered Wilderness, Canada’s First Peoples have celebrated and had a living connection to the land. Contemporary Canadian Artist and environmentalist, Michael Belmore in his work addresses multiple issues from cultural tradition and identity to a growing urban societies' relationship to the land.

Noel Harding

Noel Harding

A Chirp was originally installed at Harbourfront in Toronto back in 2006. Filled with seeds and nuts for urbanized birds and squirrels, the piece was intended to be an active agent in this waterfront microenvironment of Toronto...

Jaffa Lam Laam

Jaffa Lam Laam

Lam's Replanting History is a weaving, a weaving together of personal memory and the memory of the forest itself. Integral to understanding the piece is the artists own story.

E. J. Lightman

E. J. Lightman

E. J. Lightman is an artist based in Toronto. E.J. Lightman is the founding member of The Tree Museum (1997) and co-curator and organizer of the site-specific outdoor installations at The Tree Museum, Gravenhurst, Ont.

Persona Volare

Persona Volare

Persona Volare is a collective of eleven Toronto-based artists dedicated to the exploration of non museum sites, especially those sites that have a special symbolic charge. While their media is diverse - sculpture, photography, painting, video and new media - their single intention is to invade and transform unlikely spaces.

Wen-Chih Wang

Wen-Chih Wang

Wen-Chih Wang: Concerning his work, Wang has stated, The inspirations of my work lie in the opposing yet fusing relationships between individual, nature, and communities, and the longing for communion and primitivism derived from meditation.