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Projecting on the giant atrium wall at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Callum uses a unique apparatus that swings the camera to create an interactive experience for the people he films and a somewhat dizzying one for the viewer.
Noa Know’s Callum Cooper’s exhibit is really cool. Just check out this preview, it’s pretty undeniable.
Apart from being both spacious and spectacular, the distinctive Tower Suite (designed by Gladstone president, Christina Zeidler and her mother, Jane) offers guests a few other fancy perks besides 714 sq ft of sheer awesome. After experiencing a stay of my own (and because who doesn’t love a good list), here are some top reasons to book a room in the Tower, and book it now:
It’s not news that we are totally obsessed with Toronto based artist Julie Moon and all of her beautiful ceramic works. In fact, we’re currently carrying some of our favourite pieces in our Gift Shop at the front desk.
Julie Moon pins: $30, earrings: $50, brooch $50
Melissa Levin is a multi disciplinary artist. She began as a textile printer and costume designer and has been making videos and films since 1997. She is also the artist of the Puzzle Room, 309.
Her award winning short works have been shown internationally in over a hundred festivals and her first feature documentary “Class Queers” (co-directed with Roxana Spicer) aired on CBC television’s Rough Cuts in 2003.
Melissa has a BFA from Philadelphia College of Art and a Masters of Art from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She taught Textile Printing at Sheridan College for five years and is currently working on a new body of work using found jigsaw puzzles. She has been living in Toronto for the last 7 years.