Linda Dervishaj’s work ranges from temporary, site-specific installations to architecture and urban design. Her projects explore scale, form, colour and texture as a response to their surrounding environment. She works with various media across several disciplines, shifting her focus between small details and broad visions. She lives and works in Toronto.
Victoria Taylor designs spaces informed and inspired by context, ecology, community engagement and social and horticultural possibilities. She curates Grow Op: Exploring Landscape and Place, the Gladstone Hotel’s annual spring event celebrating innovative ideas and conceptual responses to landscape and place.
Using a series of 100 images shot during six weeks of Spring 2012 in Trinity Bellwoods Park, Emergent Structures celebrates changes in form, colour and context during this transcendent phase in the life cycle of trees. The work was previously shown at Queen Specific. Original photography by Victoria Taylor.
Come Up To My Room (CUTMR) Toronto’s largest alternative design show enters a new decade with new initiatives and a diverse lineup of local and national talent: 25 installations, 60 artists, and 4000 visitors, all in under 4 days. Gladstone Managing Director of Art, Britt Welter-Nolan is joined by three new curatorial forces: Jaclyn Blumas, Robert Cram and Elise Hodson.
CUTMR11: Thurs Jan 23 – Sun 26, 2014
- Opening Reception: Sat Jan 25, 2014 | 7-11pm
- Hours: Thurs 6-8pm, Fri 11am-8pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-5pm
- Price: $10 ($5 for students on January 24th)