Wednesday, February 17, 2016

The Brain Project coming to Toronto

Update: The project launched 25 April 2016 with Paul Godfrey, Ben Mulroney and Mayor John Tory. See my post of the event here.

This summer will be filled with brain sculptures as Thierry Guetta, also known as Mr. Brainwash, will be part of the public art installation to benefit studies of aging and brain health at Baycrest Health Sciences. Over 50 designers and artists will display their works beginning on June 3, 2016 at Nathan Phillips Square, The Distillery District and many other locations spread out throughout the city.

The exhibition will be presented by TELUS and features artists that applied online to be included in the art event. “The Brain Project is going to be an incredible installation: so many different forms of expression on display in the streets of Toronto,” said Mr. Brainwash. “The connection between art and brain health is a fascinating topic and I am honoured to be a part of this message.”

Also participating will be Karim Rashid, named by Time magazine as the "most famous industrial designer in all the Americas."

Confirmed artists to date include:

Adria de Haume
Alice Teichert
Barry Oretsky
Bill Boyko
Bradley Hart
Charles Pachter
Chris Levine
Christine Vaillancourt
Claudia Szabuniewicz
Dani Cooperman
Diana Bahr
Eberhard Ross
Ekow Nimako
Emanuel Pavao
Erin Rothstein
Gary Taxali
George Pimentel
Gina Godfrey
Ian Leventhal
Jacob Yerex
Jacqueline Poirier
James Olley
Janet Lage
Jeffery Forrest
Jessica Jensen & Joshua Jensen Nagle
Jordan Clayton
Joseph Drapell
Julie Pongrac
Karim Rashid
Ken Gangbar
Matthew Del Degan
Matthew den Boer
Michael Truelove
Miyoshi Kondo
Monica Brinkman
Monique Resnick
Mr. Brainwash
Ninat Friedland & Avrum Hollinger
Lisa Santana & Kelvin Goddard
Parvez Taj
Pat Service
Peter Tunney
Polina Teif
Rainer Lagemann
Roger Edwards
Ron Wild
Russell Young
Samar Hejazi
Samara Shuter
Scott McFarland
St├ęphane Langlois
Steven Twigg
Ted Fullerton
Tiffany Folmeg
Tina Marais Struthers
Uno Hoffman

"About The Brain Project:
The Brain Project serves as a vehicle for fundraising in support of care and research into aging and brain health at Baycrest. Brain sculptures designed by world-renowned and emerging members of the arts community - spanning fashion, architecture, culture, music and visual arts - and sponsored by philanthropists and corporations will be on display in Toronto in June 2016. The Brain Project is proud to work with a number of community partners including: Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Gardiner Museum, and OCAD University. To view the growing list of participating organizations and individuals please visit:"

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