12 January 2007 - 17 February 2007
Opening Reception 12 January 2007 8pm
Mercer Union is pleased to announce the opening of two new exhibitions, and the return of the Peephole project space.
Artist talks by Kate Terry and Diane Morin: 7:30
World’s Longest Sock Doll
In Mercer Union’s newly restored peep hole exhibition space, Seth Scriver will be “continually showing a loop of the world’s longest sock doll. Some people try to stretch their socks while others measure inaccurately in attempts to out do the length of this sock doll, but let it be assured this sock doll is naturally the longest. The sock doll will be shown through a specially designed peephole to show it in its entirety, where you will be able to see it in the space-time dimension of number three, and where particles of Bosons and Fermions will be present.”
Seth Scriver, born and raised in Toronto, is Prime Minister of Hassle Castle and Co-founder of Krumplestiltskin’s frog skin manipulator. He is a certified scaffolding safety advisor and an interdisciplinary artist.
37 Lisgar Street
(one block SW of Queen and Dovercourt)
Mercer Union gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.
Catering provided by Bar One and Amsterdam Beer
For a review of Diane Morin’s exhibition by Ève Pavesi, please visit: http://www.lexpress.to/archives/1118/
Download the exhibition brochure