Site specific installation commissioned by Grolsch Open House for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Commission for a private residence. Wall mounted ‘stand-off’ installation.
Commissioned by the Interior Designers of Canada to create artworks for their exhibit at the 2013 Interior Design Show (IDS) in Toronto.
Underground Kiln makes visible a brick-firing kiln that was once at the heart of The Toronto Brickworks. Based upon archeological plans of the excavated site, Paul Aloisi and Dan Bergeron realized an overhead view of the demolished kiln by painting it on the parking lot that now covers it, in the exact location and at the exact scale of the original. This large scale painting brings the shape of the kiln’s foundation and its complex flue system to the surface in an imaginative relationship to the lines, boundaries and points of passage that comprise the current parking lot. Here, the technology of the past intersects with the systems of the present to visualize the palimpsest of human marks on this historic site.
Prototypical costume concept for synesthetic public performance.
Language Barrier installed in the offices of the Interior Designers of Canada in Toronto.
Site specific intervention into an abandoned mineral water bottling plant in southern Spain.Intsallation elements composed of empty water containers found at the site.
Site specific intermedia installation as part of the Architecture of Community exhibition.
Site specific intermedia installation as part of “The Dressing Room Project” in collaboration with Estelle Hebert.
OCP is an unsolicited public intervention.