Nonsense group photo of 111 Toronto citizens by Yoshinori Niwa
A one-day performance workshop + performance experience
Date: July 17, 2009
Meeting spot: 401 Richmond Street West
Contact number: 416-822-3219
We need exactly 111 participants for this unique and hilarious experience and you are invited! Sign up today! Or just show up on Friday. Bring your friends and families, everyone is welcome!
Meet in the lobby of the 401 Richmond Street West building where we will organize ourselves, hear instructions from the artist, and venture out as a group to our photo location.
Nonsense group photo of 111 Toronto citizens is a playful project in which the artist will gather 111 Torontonians for the sole purpose of taking a group photograph with a large format camera at a selected Toronto landmark or tourist location. Reminiscent of summer travels with family, this project is both a guerrilla intervention challenging the norms of "acceptable" behaviour on a public street corner and a hilarious group performance, documented in real time, elaborated by size and scale.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR just show up and join in!
This workshop is presented in conjunction with the The Arts of Togetherness exhibition
Gendai Gallery at the Japanese Cultural Centre
July 11 - August 23, 2008
With artists Sandee Moore and Yoshinori Niwa
Guest curated by Milena Placentile
FADO would like to thank the Canada Council for the Arts, the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage for their on-going and generous support of our endeavors. Thanks also to our community and presentation partners including the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Manitoba Arts Council, Tani Miki and The Japan-Canada Fund.