From 6:53pm on Saturday evening to sunrise on Sunday morning, we saw the city transformed by the ninth edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche. Artscape Youngplace was proud to contribute to this annual celebration of contemporary art, as the site of 19 independent projects by over 150 artists. With work ranging from interactive sound installations to cryptic collaborations with kids – the stairwells, hallways, studios, and windows of 180 Shaw were vibrantly animated by an outstanding diversity of people, ideas and experiences. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved in making the night a success, including all of you who came by to explore or recuperate during your all-night art adventure! We loved browsing through all your posts and thought we’d share some highlights!
Some of the projects are still on display, so be sure to come through for a visit if you missed out on Saturday!
— Francesca Perez (@PerezFrancesca) October 5, 2014
— Ted Hamer (@Ted_Hamer) October 5, 2014
— diaspora dialogues (@ddialogues) October 5, 2014
#Artscape #NuitBlanche #Toronto
This is why we do #snbto goodnight toronto audience at “Diaspora Dialogues” 3am
Nuit Blanche papermaking and printing on the freshly pressed sheets. Stop by tonight before 12! #papermaking #paper #paperhousestudio #toronto #nuitblanche #fun
So many questions… #nuitblanche #toronto #artscape #questions