Produced in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), David Cronenberg: Transformation is the visual art component of TIFF's multi-faceted 2013 endeavour, The Cronenberg Project. Curators David Liss and Noah Cowan invited six artists with clear affinities for Cronenberg's films to respond to a specific theme in his work: the yearning to witness the next stage of human evolution.

Future Projections

David Cronenberg Transformation

David Cronenberg: Transformation

Produced in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), David Cronenberg: Transformation is the visual art component of TIFF's multi-faceted 2013 endeavour, The Cronenberg Project. Curators David Liss and Noah Cowan invited six artists with clear affinities for Cronenberg's films to respond to a specific theme in his work: the yearning to witness the next stage of human evolution. Providing a cross-section of Cronenberg's enormous impact on visual arts language, these six works form the core of Future Projections this year, exemplifying the programme's commitment to explore the rapidly expanding field of media art informed by the history, culture, and aesthetics of cinema.

The exhibition will take place between September 5 and December 29, 2013 at MOCCA, 952 Queen Street West.

Organized and presented in partnership with MOCCA.

Supported by the Government of Ontario, Canada Council for the Arts, and the Hal Jackman Foundation

In addition to David Cronenberg: Transformation, the Festival presents three exciting stand-alone installations by Camille Henrot, Ralph Steadman and Radical Friend.

Screenings

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