'elsewhere' urban screen film project features brief glimpses into a world where time’s properties are malleable. In elsewhere, everyone is simultaneously together and alone; the reeling bodies are guided by a collection of experiences, leaving behind a sensory imprint of all that i
PATTISON Onestop presents Stainless, a mesmerizing video installation by Berlin-based, Hungarian artist Adam Magyar. Shot in subway stations around the world, Stainless explores transience and time, and inhabits the margin between still photography and motion pictures.
The project is a record of the transgender couple during a period when their bodies were transitioning in opposite directions (for Drucker from male to female, and for Ernst from female to male), offering an intimate view into their private relationship.
Drowning World by Gideon Mendel transforms Toronto’s Queen’s Park subway station into a unique exhibition space for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. The exhibition also threads throughout the city’s subway system, capturing the attention of more than one million daily co
An international exhibition of 78 sketches drawn by 13 artists from around the globe, features brief impressions of fellow commuters that document place, time and movement while simultaneously revealing a myriad of personal moments.
Filled with comic remorse, these poetic apologies reveal anti-heroes who try to come clean for almost everything including modern art, the millennium, nostalgia, Las Vegas, happiness, politics, and even sleeping.
Switzer’s #crazyweather is a video series that includes recent tweets about Toronto’s ice storm, along with individual tweets from the past year about the unexpected and extreme weather experienced in different parts of the world.
Main Street features ten of B.C.-based photographer Danny Singer's iconic Prairie panoramas. Each photograph is each set in motion, scrolling across the vertical frames Pattison Onestop shopping mall screens for 45 seconds, creating a set of mesmerizing short videos that offer a new e