Scotiabank Nuit Blanche


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Toronto was exposed to a full sensory experience as the 2012 edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche filled the streets with crowds on a nocturnal search for contemporary art. In total, more than 150 projects from smaller, more intimate experiences to large-scale spectacle offered audiences unique experiences with art and their city. The eighth edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche returns to Toronto on October 5, 2013.

  1.  Zone B: seeingred, Outsiders2012, 2012

  2. City Hall: Thomas Blanchard, The Vault, 2012

  3. Zone C: Simon Denny & Yngve Holen, Body Xerox, 2012

  4. Zone C: BRDGLab, Top Down

  5. City Hall: Christine Davis, World Without Sun, 2012

  6. Zone C: Trisha Brown Dance Company, Planes, 1968

  7. Zone A: Eric Corriel, Water Will Be Here, 2010

  8. Zone B: Chris Hanson & Hendrika Sonnenberg, The Way Things Are, 2012

  9. City Hall: Jean Michel Crettaz & Mark-David Hosale, Quasar 2.0: Star Incubator, 2012

  10. Zone A: Matthew Moore, Lifecycles, 2012

  11. City Hall: Marco Brambilla, Civilization (Megaplex), 2010

  12. Zone B: Neil Campbell, Pair, 2012

  13. Zone C: William Robinson, Young Prayer, 2011

  14. Zone A: Andrew Kearney, SKYLUM, 2012

  15. Zone B: Peter Bowyer, Flat Space, 2012