Thursday, July 29, 2021

Sunday in the Strand of 4C at Harbourfront Centre

A large mirrored box sits in Exhibition Common with one glass facade looking into the art installation by William Ukoh and Raquel Da Silva and presented by Bombay Sapphire. The title of the work is Sunday in the Strand of 4C and it will be at the Harbourfront Centre from July 25 to August 1, 2021 (open 24/7 and free to view).

From Harbourfront Centre's website, "A piece on the meditative nature of self-care Sundays. The reflective exterior element projects the outside influences of our current realities, while the interior architecture guides us into another realm, asking us to seek rest and solitude. The accompanying soundscapes induce a sense of peace while the film playing in the backdrop provides a calm, meditative space. Developed in the confinements of COVID-19, the inspiration dates back to William Ukoh’s childhood. A journey curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes and crafted in Toronto by artists William Ukoh and Raquel Da Silva, the installation examines feelings of nostalgia and connectivity to nature and community through the adaptation of sculpture and multimedia landscapes, that incorporate the lush botanicals of the Bombay Sapphire experience."
Looking into the installation

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